Conferences, webinars, public lectures, workshops, training courses,
roundtables, networking events, fundraisers, and more.
Join us to share knowledge, learn, and grow thriving landscapes!

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Sharing Knowledge and Experience
Our events are organized by EcoAgriculture partner organizations, and led or co-led by landscape leaders. They bring together experts, practitioners, and members of our learning network to learn from each other, plan collective action, and develop skills and abilities.

If you have an idea for a learning network event, or want to join a meeting but can’t determine how, please contact us for more information.

Upcoming Events

April 30, 2020 | 10-11.30 am (EST)

Landscape Roundtable: Territorial Perspectives for Development (virtual event)

Online only via Zoom (follow this link to register: Join us for the next Landscape Roundtable put on by FAO and EcoAgriculture to hear about the most recent developments on territorial perspectives for development and their links with integrated landscape management. Register for the event here or follow the link above.  Territorial approaches to […]

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Past Events

Continental Ballroom, George Washington University, Washington DC December 10, 2019 | 11:00 am - 12.30 pm

FAO-EcoAgriculture Partners High-Level Dialogue “2020 Year of Biodiversity: How can Integrated Landscape Strategies Contribute?“

Join FAO and EcoAgriculture for a lively debate and participatory discussion with leading experts who have been studying and promoting wild biodiversity conservation, agrobiodiversity conservation and ecosystem restoration through landscape approaches. Help us define the messages and actions we should be bringing to both the biodiversity and the landscape communities in 2020.

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Arusha International Conference Center November 12, 2019 - November 15, 2019

African Landscapes Dialogue Tanzania

Join us as we work together to strengthen grassroots capacity for locally-led landscape-level sustainable rural development in Africa.

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