5:00pm 14th July 2020
This event is hosted by Agricology and OF&G.
In January, OF&G called for policy to acknowledge and support the clear benefits of the land sharing approach (see here).
Supported by the Food, Farming and Countryside Commission, Organic Research Centre and the Sustain Alliance for better food and farming, the conversation will be around the value of agroecological food production systems where multiple benefits interlace to give a greater positive impact than each part simply working on its own and so will be far more beneficial to ecologies and economies.
This is part of a series of virtual events being hosted by OF&G in response to social distancing as an alternative to the annual field event National Organic Combinable Crops (NOCC). See the rest of the events in the series here.