The evolution of agroecology as a practice, a research discipline, and a social movement

What does agroecology mean? How is it practiced? Who are the holders / creators of agroecological knowledge? What are the exciting questions or recent advances in agroecology research?

A panel of experts will give 5 minute "lightning talks" on their interpretation of the evolution of agroecology as a practice, research discipline, and social movement. Q&A session to follow.


  • Ana Elisa Pérez-Quintero (La Colmena Cimmarona, Vieques, Puerto Rico)
  • Charles Francis (University of Nebraska)
  • Julie Grossman (University of Minnesota)
  • John Vandermeer (University of Michigan)
  • Ernesto Mendez (University of Vermont)
  • Aidee Guzman (UC Berkeley)

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Wednesday, October 7, 2020 at 1:30pm to 2:45pm

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