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International Forest Garden / Food Forest Symposium

From 31 May-4 June 2021
now Open Access

We are a carbon-negative organisation – we store more carbon on our land sites than we produce

Stop Press! Call for content – Second International Symposium, 20-24 February 2023.

This is a call for
expressions of interest for presentations for this new event. You
don’t have to be an “expert” to make a presentation, as long as
you have something interesting to say or show. The first symposium comprised
presentations on many topics (see www.agroforestry.co.uk/symposium for more
info). We are still interested if you presented at the first symposium and have
ideas for a further presentation for the second.

As well as pushing the
art and science of food forestry forward, all presenters accepted for the
symposium will get a free place to attend the whole event. 
Note
that as a non-profit we are unable to pay for presentations.
 
We are looking for presentations on any relevant themes. These can include
images, powerpoint or video of projects. Possible themes include:

Farm scale projects, Garden scale projects, Urban projects, Nut crops, Design, Mediterranean climate projects, Cold climate projects, Temperate climate projects, Ecosystem services, Carbon storage & climate change, Techniques, Health & medicinal, Research, Education, Perennial foods & cooking

If you are interested, please contact us, indicating:
– Title / content of presentation
– which theme(s) it might come under
– how long it will be (10-30 minutes normally)
– if you will be able and willing to do a live Q & A (either on you own or
as part of a panel)

We will confirm with you by 1st May 2022 whether we can fit your presentation
into the schedule, and send more information.
Note that all presentations will need to be pre-recorded in a video file
format, in English, by 1st November 2022.

We look forward to hearing back from you and putting together another amazing
event!

Martin Crawford, Director ART

The symposium

An international online gathering of forest gardening and food forest practitioners and academic researchers
exploring the current state and future prospects for these sustainable land-use systems

With over 60 presenters, Q & A sessions, poster presentations, virtual exhibitors, and additions materials to download, all this material is is now freely available to all

Titles of all the presentations can be viewed here

All the symposium materials can be accessed from the buttons below:

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