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  1. Apr
    International Meetings of Resistance to GMOs
    An Orient
    Apr 28 (all-day)

    During the 2017 meetings, we hope that clear objectives and a

    shared strategy will be defined and that a permanent and

    effective coordinating body will be set up.

    Relying on the strength of our diversity,

    acknowledging our differences and resolute against

    the threat of GMOs, let's meet in An oriant on

    between 28-30 April 2017 to build the resistance

    and the alternatives together.

    Collective RIR OGM 2017

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  2. May
    Food Book Fair
    Ace Hotel
    New York
    May 11 – May 14 (all-day)

  3. May
    The Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine
    Ballymaloe Cookery School
    Ballymaloe Cookery School
    Organic Farm and Gardens,Shanagarry,East Cork,Co. Cork
    May 19 – May 21 (all-day)

    The Kerrygold Ballymaloe Literary Festival of Food and Wine is a weekend filled with fascinating facts, inspirational stories, intriguing discussions, incredible knowledge, fantastic music, fabulous dancing and of course, delicious food and drinks.

    It is the only festival of its kind in Ireland and has created an important hub for food and drinks enthusiasts worldwide to meet and share ideas with each other.


  4. May
    National Farm Viability Conference
    May 22 – May 24 (all-day)

    The National Farm Viability Conference is geared towards professionals in the fields of farm and food business planning, financial planning, agricultural financing, farmland conservation, agricultural market development, and food hub management.

    The conference is an opportunity to network and learn from other professionals in your field, develop new knowledge and skills, and visit farms and value-added processing facilities.

  5. Jun
    Ashfield Spectacle & Culture Fair
    Jun 3 – Jun 4 (all-day)

    We are making a free, large scale, public community spectacle right here in the center of Ashfield June 3 & 4, 2017, and we would like you to be a part of it! The Ashfield Town Spectacle and Culture Fair will use the whole town as the set, present-day Ashfield life and the town’s history as the subject, and YOU, the community, as the performers and creators.  A celebration of Ashfield’s unique history of tolerance, freedom, and creativity, performed in the heart of the town by the people of this community.


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  6. Jun

    The Changing Lands, Changing Hands conference will share and evaluate approaches and tools to address land access, succession and stewardship.  Traci Bruckner will make a presentation on federal conservation programs and state policies that support beginning farmers and ranchers.

    The event will bring over 60 speakers from across the country.  Workshops will be offered in three tracks: Access and Tenure, Succession, and Conservation.  Topics range from land affordabilty to tenancy to transferring management. The target audience is Extension and other educators, agricultural service professionals, agency staff, farm and other non-governmental groups, and policymakers.

    The conference is hosted by the FarmLASTS Project, funded by a USDA/CSREES award to the University of Vermont. For project and conference information, visit


  7. Jun
    Community Haystack
    Walthamstow Marshes
    Jun 25 (all-day)

    Myvillages is organising a series of monthly events about rural projects and practices, our relationships with the rural and rural-urban connections. A clear split between the urban and the rural is impossible, yet most discussions focus on either or. Haystacks are a series of informal meetings to talk about rural links and rural realities in our work and our lives – always keeping in mind that we are meeting in London to have these conversations.

  8. Jul

    Summer 2017



  9. Jul
    Caux Dialogue on Land and Security 2017
    Jul 11 – Jul 15 (all-day)

    Conference is set for Summer 2017 but dates have not yet been announced.
    This year's conference focused on realising the potential of land restoration:
    Nearly 25% of the world’s productive lands and 10-20% of drylands are degraded (Economic of Land Degradation, 2015). Farmers must therefore migrate to find fertile land and pastoralists venture further to seek pasture. Tensions over land reduce the ability to manage resources, worsening the degradation. A vicious circle takes hold. The outcome? Devastated landscapes - and war.