Outreach Activities

The Simpson Centre seeks to include all parties in active learning about farming methods and food ingredients, building connections among different areas of expertise to help design policies for a sustainable agriculture and food system.

Our outreach activities involve:

  • Encouraging discussions between stakeholders from different areas of expertise and user perspectives.
  • Paying attention to trade-offs – the indirect impacts of policymaking for agriculture, economics, health, environment.
  • Collecting more local information to build an accurate picture of contemporary farming practices.
  • Translating research into information that is interesting and accessible to the non-scientist, using familiar channels.

Use the links below to explore upcoming online and in-person events as well as recordings and reports of previous events.

 

Data Literacy Program for Cow-Calf Producers:

June to Nov. 2024. Registration is free. A group of 30 cow-calf producers in Alberta will attend workshops in mid-June and late November to discuss strategies for using digital data to improve their management practices for performance and profitability. More information HERE.

 

Past Events:

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