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Regenerative Tourism & Agriculture

10am Pacific time; 1pm Eastern time; 7pm Central European time

Agritourism operations are in a unique and potentially impactful position to incorporate and showcase regenerative agricultural practices. This session will describe the principles of regenerative agriculture and discuss how they are shaping a future of regenerative tourism and hospitality. Learn about ventures pioneering the global regenerative movement and the important role that these operations play in educating society about the value of farming, food and (bio)diverse communities.

​Moderator: Katharine Millonzi, Millonzi Consulting
Speakers: Anya Fernald, CEO & CoFounder, Belcampo; David Rust, CEO & Co-Founder, Sagra; Nicole Vaugeois, AVP Research, Vancouver Island University; Kimberly Farrell Barquero, Proprietor, Finca Luna Nueva Lodge (Costa Rica)

To request a disability-related accommodation to participate in any program, please contact Becky Bartlett at 802-257-7967 or Rebecca.Bartlett@uvm.edu so we may assist you.

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This is part of Agritourism Gatherings: A virtual series for farm, food, and travel communities, brought to you by the International Workshop on Agritourism. The series will bring together farmers, researchers, service providers, tourism experts and many others to share their knowledge and experience from around the world. A total of ten virtual gatherings will be offered between September 2020 and May 2021 and will be updated here. The gatherings are free to attend, but advance registration is required. All presentations will be held live; recordings will be added to this site after they are held.

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