A summit for seed growers, savers, advocates and enthusiasts: the Slow Seed Summit is a virtual gathering of growers, experts and activists to discuss seed sovereignty and preservation and other central topics in the world of seeds.
Between Feb 18-28, we are hosting six days of interactive programming that combines Deep Dig sessions on critical topics, small roundtables with hands-on demonstrations, and networking opportunities to meet new friends. Confirmed participants include Rowen White, Karen Washington, Bill McDorman, Elena Terry, Francesco Sottile, Brijette Peña, Melissa Nelson, Ira Wallace and many more. The goal of the 2021 Seed Summit is to present ideas and facilitate an exchange around issues of seed sovereignty, stewardship, preservation and culture. Our aim is to bring people together to confront these contemporary issues and topics, and explore how to engage in important action around this vital resource and biodiversity.
All session days will take place from 10am-2pm PT/1-5pm ET. Each day will contain speaker sessions as well as expo booths, breakout rooms and opportunities to connect. We are adding speakers, content and more details throught the month.
Digital event upon registration. For additional information and full program, click here. Event organised by Slow Food USA.
Event languages: EN