PASA Conference begins TODAY!

Hope you enjoy these charming outtakes from PASA’s conference session…

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Hope you enjoy these charming outtakes from our conference session recordings. Our main conference begins todayMonday, February 1—see you there!   Register now  

What does the main conference include?  Our five-day main conference (February 1–5) is jam-packed with educational sessions, as well as plenty of networking and social events. Find a detailed schedule here.   

EDUCATIONAL SESSIONS Our main conference’s 30+ live and 30+ on-demand sessions include our keynote and featured speakers, and explore food system big ideas as well as production-focused topics. All educational sessions are recorded.

NETWORKING & DISCUSSION SESSIONS We’ll be hosting daily networking sessions, including morning chats with Pasa Executive Director Hannah Smith-Brubaker featuring surpise guests; lunch chats; regional breakout groups; and more. We’ll also have several discussion groups on topics that include engaging in policy for food system change; agritourism and COVID; building Black food sovereignty; farmland access; white identities and racial justice; and more.  

MEETUPS & MIXERS Our main conference includes a variety of meetups and mixers for apprentices, Black and Brown changemakers, Jewish farmers, Latinx farmers and allies, young farmers, and others.  Plus, kick back and relax by attending evening game nights, which include—our favorite—trivia!

VIRTUAL EXHIBITS While we’ll miss our in-person trade show, you can still easily connect with businesses and organizations devoted supporting sustainable agriculture by perusing 50+ virtual exhibits.

KEYNOTE ONLY/BOOK CLUB PASSES If you’d like, you can choose to only purchase access to keynote speaker Robin Wall Kimmerer’s session, “What Does the Earth Ask of Us?” (Friday, February 5), as an individual or as part of a group of 5–10 people. Register now   KEYNOTE SPEAKER Robin Wall Kimmerer Scientist & author of Braiding Sweetgrass: Indigenous Wisdom, Scientific Knowledge, and the Teachings of Plants  
Rattan Lal 2020 World Food Prize Laureate; The Ohio State University
Ricardo Salvador Union of Concerned Scientists Food & Environment Program
Judith Schwartz Journalist & author of Water in Plain Sight: Hope for a Thirsty World
Malik Yakini Detroit Black Community Food Security Network  

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