2023 - Guelph, Canada
On behalf of the 2023 Conference Planning Committee, I am excited to invite you to attend the annual conference of the Association for International Agricultural and Extension Education. The School of Environmental Design and Rural Development (SEDRD), University of Guelph, will be hosting the conference in Guelph, Canada, April 26–29, 2023. The theme of “Technology, Pluralism and Inclusiveness in Agriculture, Food, and Environment” speaks to our goal of providing an engaging experience to learn agriculture, food and environment from an international and cross-cultural perspectives. The above short video will give you an idea of opportunities you will have to immerse into the learning experience of Canada's agri-food university campus, and beyond. We are hoping that the diverse ideas and experience that you bring to AIAEE conference will create outstanding opportunities for scholarship, fellowship, and friendship. View more at our site - https://www.aiaeeguelph.com/
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We look forward to seeing you in Guelph! ~ Dr. Ataharul Chowdhury, Conference Planning Chair
LATE REGISTRATION by April 3rd
Travel & Accomodation Resources
Conference Acceptance Rate: 62% Abstract / 80% Research Poster
Conference Tour Information:
We will send a survey by the end of March/early April to choose the tours
Tour 1: Country Heritage Tour: It includes tours to the foot of the Niagara Escarpment, where we visit the Country Heritage Park, an important agricultural education and outreach centre in Southwestern Ontario. We will also visit McMichael Canadian Art Collection.
Tour 2: Farm Tours: We will visit several local farms, including innovative (solar-powered) poultry, aquaculture, and cattle farms. Closed-toe sturdy footwear requires.
Tour 3: Conservation extension: We will visit several farms and locations in the Huron Country to learn about conservation and regenerative agricultural practices. We will also stop by the local farmer’s market.