The International Meeting for a Living Agriculture is built around agronomy essentials of a living soil, agroecological practices by sector, in France and abroad, as well as recent advances in nutrition and processing which align with the principles of products from agroecological systems, up to the final consumer.
Agronomic bases for a living soil, R&D developments, health indicators of the soils, impact on climate change.
Overview of agroecological systems towards new models, economic advantages of change.
Correlation between nutritional value and the soil’s biological fertility, implications for our nutrition & health, social benefits
The conference sessions will take place in French and English at the Cité Internationale Universitaire of Paris, on February 20-23, 2019.
The conclusions of this first edition of the International Meeting for a Living Agriculture will be presented on February 24, 2019 as part of the SIMA, the World Fair of Agriculture and Farming Suppliers located in Paris Nord, Villepinte.
Under the high patronage of Marcel Bouché, a world-renown Agronomist and Earthworm Specialist.
You would like to exhibit or become partner of our event?
Inspired by Nature, many pioneering farmers have changed their practices towards agroecology by replicating forest and grassland ecosystems.
Living Agriculture encompasses a wide set of agricultural techniques known as agroecology, agroforestry, direct seeding under cover, conservation or regenerative agriculture, permaculture or gardening on a living soil. It is intended to all types of agriculture ranging from conventional to organic, with the constant aim of driving improvement.