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3rd Symposium of the Northeast Healthy Soil Network [NEHSN] (USA)

“Transitioning to More Regenerative Practices in the Northeast: Towards Inclusive and Fair Compensation for Farmers and Other Soil Health Stewards”

Date: 16-17 March 2023

Location:
– Thursday 16 March (day 1): on-line webinar
– Friday 17 March (day 2): in-Person on the Campus of the University of New Hampshire, Durham (UNH: University of New Hampshire)

Organizers & Supporters:

With the support of NEHSN’s international partners:

 

A consortium of research and farmer advocacy institutions have come together under the banner of the Northeast Healthy Soil Network (NEHSN), to host NEHSN’s third Symposium on Healthy Soils in the Northeast United States. The Northeast Healthy Soil Network (NEHSN) originated as a 2018 initiative in Tufts University’s Global Development and Environment Institute, which conducts interdisciplinary research that emphasizes ecological, cultural, social, and institutional factors.

This event is organized by Food Solutions New England, UNH, NOFA-NH, Tufts (GDAE), and Dartmouth College with the support of NEHSN’s international partners: the “4 per 1000” Initiative, and the French Ministry of Agriculture and Food Sovereignty.

The key objectives of the 2023 Symposium are to: rejuvenate and reignite the network in the post-pandemic period, realign regional policy goals in light of the 2023 Farm Bill, the Inflation Reduction Plan funding, and the Climate Smart Commodities Grants, and launch a plan to solidify the network with biannual meetings in conjunction with our growing partnerships with universities, NGOs, and government stakeholders.

To register, click here.

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