The Oxford Real Farming Conference (ORFC) has developed over the last 11 years to become the unofficial gathering of the real food and farming movement in the UK. In its 12th year, the conference will be online and global for the first time. It will be one of the biggest events of its kind, attracting thousands of delegates from across the world.
The conference is for farmers, growers, food producers, activists, policymakers, researchers and everyone else who supports agroecological (including organic and regenerative) food and farming systems. It’s the place to find practical advice and learn more from the world’s leading practitioners.
In addition to a broad range of speakers from the organic world and our likeminded movements, IFOAM - Organics International will also be represented at this prestigious event. Keep reading to find out in which sessions we will participate.
The ORFC Global 2021 will address climate resilience-related topics and the road to COP26, the importance of healthy soils, resisting corporate take-overs of seed and food systems, the value of indigenous knowledge, redressing racial inequity in our food system, the future of UK farming, biodiversity loss and its impact on our health and much more.
As we face the multiple global threats of climate change, biodiversity loss, soil degradation, poverty, inequality and pandemics, coming together as a global movement of people who care about real food and farming has probably never been more important.
Book ORFC Global 2021 tickets here: https://orfc.org.uk/book-tickets/