Click below to view the list of workshops sorted by track or by day/time.
Workshops will be offered in the following tracks:
Addressing Hunger – This track explores four different strategies to address and alleviate hunger in food insecure communities.
Community Agriculture – This track examines how community gardens and farms can serve as spaces for building capacity, relationships, and access.
Economic and Labor Justice – This track reveals some of the ways labor and economic policies create economic, health, and human rights inequities that can lead to hunger.
Environmental Justice – This track explores how community members are addressing issues of environmental justice within their communities.
Faith, Food, and Justice – Learn how theology is shaping the way faith communities are addressing the immediate needs of hunger while challenging its systemic causes.
Food Policy Advocacy – Hear from speakers who are taking grassroots action on food issues and gain skills for how you can do the same.
Healing and Wellness – This track examines how we can personally and collectively heal and stay well while working for justice.
Movement Building – Learn and engage in conversation around how to build community momentum, power, and collaboration to address shared challenges.
Racial Equity – Topics examining the historical and contemporary role of racism in food systems and ideas for change.
Resources for Farmers – An informative track for farmers discussing resources and programs for their business.
Working Together in Community – Tools and strategies that create opportunities for communities to actively engage in the development of solutions regarding hunger or social issues.
Youth-Led Change – Hear the stories of youth who are working towards a just and sustainable food system.