Food & Nature Education Conference

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2022 food and nature education conference

Event Details

Join the Food & Nature Education Conference to learn about what San Antonio is doing to address food insecurity and climate change!

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Food Insecurity / Malnutrition and Climate Change are arguably two of the greatest challenges humanity faces in the 21st century. During this virtual conference guest speakers and educators will discuss and demonstrate how we can overcome these to preventable issues. San Antonio is full of many stakeholders doing great work to help our community become healthier and more sustainable. The conference goal is to elevate these initiatives and raise awareness, so that more people can support and implement solutions!

Register through Eventbrite here:

There are remote and in-person activities. In-person tickets are $25 and include light refreshments, lunch, conference t-shirt, and in-person workshops with local urban agriculturalists. Zoom tickets are free.

About Gardopia:

Gardopia Gardens is a 501(c)3 nonprofit agency based in the Near East of San Antonio, founded in May 2015, provides programs and services to educational, commercial, and residential communities, providing tools, materials, and best practices to ensure their sustainability.


Related: SA area community gardens/market maps and info from Deceleration:

Related: Permaculture: Skills for Living Land Care, a Deceleration resource page:


(Saturday) 10:00 am - 4:00 pm(GMT-06:00) View in my time


Gardopia Gardens

619 North New Braunfels Avenue

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