The SAEA champions innovative educational approaches for sustainable agriculture through the development, application, and research of teaching and learning practices.

The SAEA exists to serve and connect educators, teachers, students, staff, and administrators who focus on the teaching and learning of sustainable agriculture at the adult level.

Our activities include hosting participatory conferences, collecting sustainable agriculture educational program listings, and developing a digital curriculum library.

We are driven by volunteers who firmly believe in sustainable agriculture – for now and into the future. We invite you to join us!

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    • Field Lesson:

      Selena Ahmed, Assistant Professor of Sustainable Food Systems, The Food and Health Lab, Montana State UniversityIntegrating Research, Learning, and Community …Read More »
    • SAEA Student Committee

      SAEA Student Committee’s Recent Survey and New Student-led Webinar SeriesLorien E. MacAuleyDoctoral Candidate; Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education; Virginia TechIn …Read More »
    • Field Lessons from: Will Valley, SAEA Vice Chair

      Embracing Uncertainty in Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems EducationWe are becoming increasingly aware that contemporary sustainability issues are characterized by …Read More »
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  • 2018 Conference

    8th SAEA National Conference
    Will be hosted by University of Hawai'i

    July 27-29, 2018

    The 2018 Conference will be organized around the themes of indigenous knowledge, decolonization and socio-ecological resiliency in agroecology and sustainable food systems education.

    Conference Updates Here

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