Speakers will illustrate how an individual's land ethic is often intertwined with their identity and imparts a measure of resilience. See individual lecture descriptions below. All virtual lecture times are 7–8:30 p.m.
Register for one or all four! An invitation to the virtual event will be sent separately to the email you provide below.
- October 6. Decolonization and Indigenization of Agriculture: The Foundation of Building a Resilient Regenerative System. Speaker: Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, owner-founder of Regeneration Farms LLC, and founder and president of the Regenerative Agriculture Alliance.
- October 13. Preserving the Wisdom of the Land and Traditional Food Systems through Education. Speaker: Elena Terry, founder and executive chef of Wild Bearies, and the food and culinary program coordinator for the Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance.
- October 20. Honor the Guardians, Respect the Land. Speaker: Pao Vue, PhD, wetland biologist, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service.
- October 27. The African American Land Ethic. Speaker: Lillian "Ebonie" Alexander, director of the Black Family Land Trust.