Food Justice explores the history and future of our food system with a focus on three themes: community, equity and sustainability.

The goals of this conference are to:

  • Share research from across disciplines
  • Build opportunities for collaboration among scholars, policymakers, practitioners and activists
  • Connect Eugene’s food and agriculture community to national and international groups
  • Investigate the relationship between regional food movements and social media
  • Consider the roles of women, indigenous groups and youth in farming and food culture

Food Justice is free and open to the public, as space allows. Click to read more.

Conference highlights

Featured speakers

Art show

Food fair

Website photo credits:Volunteers making emergency food boxes: Daniel Root, Photoforce and Oregon Food Bank • Portraits of Frederick L. Kirschenmann: Connie Falk • Header images for About and Multimedia sections: Barron Bixler

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Main sponsor
Wayne Morse Center
Title sponsor
Media partner
Wayne Morse Center
Food Justice is made possible by numerous University and community sponsors. Click for the full list of sponsors.