This just in from the Food Justice Conference folks. The conference starts today and extends through Monday. On the UO campus, fresh, wild, and free to all!
But if you can’t make it, check out the live streaming video of two keynote speeches or tapes that will be available after the conference:
The Food Justice: Community, Equity and Sustainability conference, sponsored by the Wayne Morse Center, is taking place this weekend. If you aren’t planning on attending, you can still participate by watching two of the events live online.
Frederick Kirschenmann’s opening address, titled “Food security in a changing world: Expanding the vision of sustainable agriculture,” begins at 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Dr. Vandana Shiva’s closing address, titled “Food & seed sovereignty: Creating a people’s food system,” begins at 5:30 p.m. on Monday.
Both events will be available to watch via this link. Note: nothing is there now, but the video feed will show up 10-15 minutes before each event begins.
Other Food Justice events will be either videotaped or audio recorded and will be available on the Food Justice conference website in the near future.