Upcoming Events

Santa Cruz, CA •
January 21, 2018 (All day) to January 26, 2018 (All day)

Join over 20 School Garden Support Organization teams from across the nation to strengthen your organization’s goal of enhancing professional development and ongoing support for school garden programs in your region.

Radisson Hotel Manchester Downtown, 700 Elm St, Manchester, NH 03101 •
December 12, 2017 9:30am to December 14, 2017 4:30pm

New England Vegetable & Fruit Conference and Trade Show includes more than 25 educational sessions over 3 days, covering major vegetable, berry, and tree fruit crops as well as various special topics. A farmer-to-farmer meeting after each morning and afternoon session will bring speakers and farmers together for informal, in-depth discussion on certain issues.

Virtual • December 13, 2017
3:00pm to 4:00pm

Food systems have become an increasingly important element of campus sustainability efforts and planning, with varying levels of commitment and institutionalization across campuses. This topic has a variety of focus areas within it, including food systems in the curriculum, student organizing and advocacy around the Real Food Challenge or other food initiatives, campus farms, and local purchasing for the dining hall. This webinar will offer stories and tips from students, chefs, dining directors, administrators, and non-profit staff who are advancing sustainable food systems on their campuses and in their regions. The practitioners will speak to their successes and lessons learned, and leave you with ideas that you can take back to your own campus.

Pioneer Valley • January 10, 2018 (All day)

The 2018 Pioneer Valley Grows Forum will be a day of learning about the challenges of ongoing food systems projects in the Valley. Together we will provide feedback and support to those projects.

Latest Blog Post

Oct 12, 2017

The Equal Exchange Action Forum is a space within Equal Exchange for individuals to join a virtual and physical community to network, learn, and challenge the injustices within our food system. It’s a vehicle to build an authentic and democratic community, and a tool to foster relationships that will connect us to each other and our food. Despite the system’s power to commodify every aspect of our lives, including our ability to connect with one another, here we have the opportunity to create something anew.