Schedule (SHARED) 2014 SAEA NC Conference
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Sunday, August 3
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Housing Check-In and Late Registration3:00 - 6:00 PMNorth Carolina State University (NCSU) Tally Center
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Opening Reception and Dinner7:00 - 9:00 PMTraditional NC Pig-Picking and Music, NCSU Talley Center, lawn. 100% locally sourced menu!
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Monday, August 4
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Breakfast 8:00 - 8:45 AMNCSU Fountain Dining Hall
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Late Registration8:00 - 9:00 AMNCSU Talley Student Center, 2nd Floor Hallway
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Conference Welcome9:00 - 9:15 AMNCSU Talley Student Center, Ballroom
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Spark Talks 9:15 - 10:00 AMNCSU Talley Student Center, Ballroom - Short, exciting, TED-like talks from a diversity of sustainable agriculture education leaders.
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Coffee Break10:00 - 10:15 AMNCSU Talley Student Center, 2nd Floor Hallway
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Concurrent Session 1Track Title -->University Education: Common Core for Sustainable Agriculture?University Education: Enhancing the Classroom ExperienceFarmer Training: Diverse Programs for Diverse Learners
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Track Location -->NCSU Talley Center, Room CurrituckNCSU Talley Center, Room HatterasNCSU Talley Center, Room Ocracoke
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10:15- 10:30 AMDo Food Systems Programs Need Common Standards?Developing and Implementing a Case-Based Course in Agroecological Decision-Making Farm Incubator Projects 101 – Holistic training and support programs for beginning farmers
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10:30-10:45 AMThe Land, Food and Community Approach to Scaffolding Community-Based Experiential Learning Competencies across a Sustainable Agri-Food System Education Undergraduate Core CurriculumEnhancing Experiential Education in a Senior Capstone ClassGoFarm Hawaii: Multi-campus, Interdisciplinary Farmer Training with Public/Private Support
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10:45-11:00 AMPanel Discussion: Improving undergraduate Food Systems curricula through the development of common core learning outcomesDesigning an Undergraduate-Level Distance-Education Community Food Security Course with a Service-Learning ComponentPiedmont Farm School
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11:00-11:15 AMBuilding Community-University Partnerships through Innovative Experiential Agriculture EducationPreparing Beginning Farmers through On-Farm Apprenticeships: Learning through Farming
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Concurrent Session 2Track Title -->University Education: Developing Curriculum from the Ground UpUniversity Education: Innovative Teaching Tools with Real-Life ApplicationsEmerging and Diverse Careers for Sustainable Agriculture Graduates
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Track Location -->NCSU Talley Center, Room CurrituckNCSU Talley Center, Room HatterasNCSU Talley Center, Room Ocracoke
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11:15 - 11:30 AMPanel Discussion: Building an interdisciplinary sustainable food systems program at the University of MichiganUtilizing the Grow Biointensive method as a Pedagogical Tool in Sustainable Food DesignPanel Discussion: Where are they now? Emerging career fields for graduates of sustainable agriculture programs
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11:30 - 11:45 AMFood Literacy Workshops: Integrating experiential learning with K-12 community partners in an introductory sustainable agri-food system education course
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11:45 AM - 12:00 PMPanel Discussion: Reimagining curriculum and living laboratories: empower and equip young farmers to apply agro-ecological theoryDeveloping a Web App to Monitor and Promote Sustainability in School GardensMovement in the Field: Origins and Potential of Agriculture as Physical Education in the United States
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12:00 - 12:15 PMNavigating the USDA’s Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food Compass as a Teaching Tool for Local and Regional Food Systems
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Lunch12:15-1:15 PMBuffet style, NCSU Talley Center, Ballroom
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Concurrent Session 3Track Title -->University Education: Cultivating Food System Leaders: Student-Centered Opportunities Beyond the Classroom Student Farms: Discussions on Design, Curricula, and Management for the Living and Learning EnvironmentK-12 Education: Innovative Programs for Varied Learners
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Track Location -->NCSU Talley Center, Room CurrituckNCSU Talley Center, Room HatterasNCSU Talley Center, Room Ocracoke
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1:30 - 1:45 PMPanel Discussion - NC 10% Campaign Advancing Local Foods Outreach to University Campuses with a Local Food Ambassador ProgramEngaging Students in Educational Farm Systems Design and Program Planning using Course AssignmentsEnvironmental Influences on the Effectiveness of School Garden Programs
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1:45 - 2:00 PMPanel Discussion - Using teaching farms to help students develop critical thinking skills in sustainable agricultureYEA! Youth Engaged in Agriculture
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2:00 - 2:15 PMCampus Farmers Market at North Carolina State UniversityPromises, lessons and problems with Community Based Experiential Learning and Sustainability Education: The experiences of a community university research alliance to create healthy and sustainable food systems in Vancouver Public Schools
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2:15 - 2:30 PMClosing the Loop: Translating Local from the Farm to the Menu.Student Farm Management – Balancing Practical Realism with Agrarian IdealismSustainable Agriculture Models in the Midwest
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2:30 - 2:45 PMA Multi-stakeholder model for the development of an educational farm-to-campus program at Virginia Tech.A Living Learning Environment – 35 Years of Growing the Individual at the Denison Homestead.The Potential of Using Sustainable Agriculture in the Form of Aquaponics to Engage Diverse Students and Teach S.T.E.M. Principles to children in grades K-12 living in Underserved Urban and Rural Communities
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2:45 - 3:00 PMThe Morrill Living Learning Community: Linking the Land Grant Mission to Sustainability Education in Agriculture and Life SciencesClosing the Food Cycle Loop with Food Scrap Composting and Vermicomposting at a Student FarmScience of Edible Ecosystem Design (SEED): Testing permaculture principles through research
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Poster Session and Networking3:00 - 4:00 PMNCSU Talley Center, 2nd Floor Hallway
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Shuttles to NCSU Agroecology Farm5:30 - 6:00 PMShuttles leave from NCSU Talley Center at 5:30 PM
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On Farm Dinner at NCSU Agroecology Farm6:00 - 9:00 PMEvening of exquisitely prepared local food, fantastic music, and great company at the NCSU Agroecology Farm
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Tuesday, August 5
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Breakfast 8:00 - 8:45 AMNCSU Fountain Dining Hall
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Shuttle to Central Carolina Community College (CCCC)8:45 - 9:30 AMShuttle to leave from NCSU Talley Center at 8:45
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Walking Tours of CCCC Facility9:30 - 10:00 AMTour to Highlight CCCC Student Garden, Green Infrastructure, and Innovative Sustainable Agriculture Programs
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Coffee Break10:00 - 10:15 AMCCCC Culinary Kitchen
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CCCC Student Farm Tour10:15 - 11:15 AMIn depth, 1 hour tour of the CCCC Student Farm
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Concurrent Session 4Track Title -->Student Farms: Diverse Programs with an Urban FocusUniversity Education: Engaging Students with Multidisciplinary Courses and CurriculaBeginning Farmer Training Programs and Assessing Success
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Track Location -->CCCC, Room TBACCCC, Room TBACCCC, Room TBA
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10:15 - 10:30 AMConnecting to the Student Farm with a Year-Round On-campus Urban Mini-FarmDeveloping a Graduate-Level Community Food Systems Course from the Bottom up: A Focus Group Study of Two UniversitiesBeginning Farmer Training
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10:30 - 10:45 AMPanel Discussion - Urban Farms in Higher Education: NEW YORK CITYHow do we Grow a Sustainable Sustainable Agriculture Program?Collaborative Networks to Train the Next Generation of Farmers and Ranchers
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10:45 - 11:00 AMSustainable Agriculture and Local Food Supply Chains: Making the Connection through Experiential LearningPanel Discussion - Sustaining and Growing New Farmers: A Collective Impact Perspective
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11:00 - 11:15 AMCackalacky’s Alternative Histories: Heritage Crops as Teaching ToolsUnethically Sustainable? Feeling the Forest From the Trees with Ethically Informed Systemics
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CCCC Student Farm Tour11:15 AM - 12:15 PMIn depth, 1 hour tour of the CCCC Student Farm
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Session 5 - OPEN SPACE11:15 AM - 12:15 PMParticipants create and manage their own agenda of parallel working sessions on diverse sustainable agriculture education topics. Large and small meeting rooms available at CCCC.
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Lunch12:15 - 1:00 PM"Bag" lunches provided by a local Pittsboro, NC eatery
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Field Trips 1:00 - 6:00 PMFor a full list of field trip options, please see the Conference website. Shuttles leave from CCCC and return to NCSU Talley Center at completion of field trip
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Dinner (on your own)6:00 PM - ...List of local restaurants provided in conference welcome materials
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Wednesday, August 6
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Breakfast 8:00-8:45 AMNCSU Fountain Dining Hall
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Concurrent Session 6Track Title -->Farmer Training: Programs for Growing Future FarmersUniversity Education: Developing and Sustaining Minors and Specializations
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Track Location -->NCSU Talley Center, Room CurrituckNCSU Talley Center, Room 3285
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9:00 - 9:15 AMInspiring and Training Young and Beginning Farmers in KansasPanel Discussion - Nothing Minor About It! Formalizing Food Systems Learning with Specializations, Tracks, and Minors
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9:15 - 9:30 AMSmall Farming for Food Security: An Educational Internship
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9:30 - 9:45 AMRestoration agriculture curriculum at Sterling College: growing tree crops and cultivating the next succession of agriculturalistsService & Community Engagement: A Case Study of a Civic Agriculture Minor
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Concurrent Session 7Track Title -->University Education: Focus on International Opportunities in Sustainable Agriculture EducationSustainable Agriculture Education for All: Participatory Action and Community Engagment
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Track Location -->NCSU Talley Center, Room CurrituckNCSU Talley Center, Room 3285
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9:45 - 10:00 AMPanel Discussion - Building Collaborative Networks in International Sustainable Agriculture EducationOutcomes of a Community-based Urban Agriculture and Nutrition Education Program: A Case Study of Common Good City Farm’s Green Tomorrows Program
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10:00 - 10:15 AMPanel Discussion - The Evolution of a Regional Food System Council: success & challenges with the development of a food system council
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10:15 - 10:30 AMLearning with the Iroquois Community: Using People First Tourism to Connect Sustainable Partners Around the World
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Closing Remarks10:30 - 11:00 AMNCSU Talley Center, Ballroom
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