SAFSF’s 19th Annual Forum, Reckoning a Way Forward: Co-Creating Philanthropy’s Course Toward a More Just and Sustainable Food System, will help agriculture and food system funders and investors examine how our practices have perpetuated the systems that have failed us, especially in this last tumultuous year. The SAFSF Forum will come to you online over two weeks, May 3-14, 2021.
Program offerings will amplify the voices of those who have kept their neighbors fed by growing their own food, supporting their local farms, changing their businesses on the fly, and advocating for authentic redress of entrenched food system injustices. These leaders are showing us the way toward a more just, equitable, and sustaining food system.
The SAFSF Forum program features one live, interactive workshop session each day, as well as networking sessions and activities including a hands-on cook-along and a trivia break.
Session highlights include:
- Food Without Borders: The Interconnectivity of U.S. and Mexico Food Systems
- A Window of Opportunity for Equitable Climate and Agriculture Policy: Possibilities and Pitfalls
- Decolonizing Food Philanthropy: Moving Toward More Racially Just Funding *Session limited to 30 participants; additional charge for participation*
- Elevating and Resourcing BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) Farmers and Producers
- and many more!