2021 North American Agroforestry Conference

Virtual Conference

June 28th – July 2nd, 2021

The 2021 North American Agroforestry Conference, to be held online June 28th – July 2nd, 2021, will bring together agroforestry experts from across the continent for five days of live presentations, brainstorming, and collaboration. Co-hosted by the Savanna Institute and the Association for Temperate Agroforestry (AFTA), this year’s conference theme is “Scaling Up Agroforestry for Carbon Drawdown”.

Media Contact

We are eager to engage members of the media to highlight this event! We encourage you to contact Savanna Institute staff member Jacob Grace to discuss your interests:

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Conference hashtag: #agroforestry2021

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Register today for the 2021 North American Agroforestry Conference, “Scaling Up Agroforestry for Carbon Drawdown,” to be held online June 28th-July 2nd, 2021! The conference will bring together hundreds of agroforestry experts to brainstorm and identify opportunities for agroforestry as a natural climate change solution. 


Learn more & register: https://www.agroforestry2021.com

Featured speakers: 



Sallie Calhoun

Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin

Olivia Watkins

Miah Ulysse

Joe Fargione

David LeZaks

Dr. Sarah Lovell

Eric Toensmeier

Meghan Giroux

Fredo Arias-King

Gerry Lawson

Bob Saul

William Schlesinger

Eliza Greenman

Gary Nabhan


5 Days

Some of the top minds in climate action and agroforestry innovation are gathering at the conference. Our speakers and themes will invoke the conversations that lead us in the shift toward widespread agroforestry in North America.

50+ Speakers

Join us as we explore the crops, markets, policies, innovation, and strategy that will bring us together to work toward a future where agriculture functions as a solution to the climate crisis. Each day will emphasize different aspects of the path towards scaling up agroforestry for carbon drawdown.

One Goal

Agroforestry is a leading natural solution to climate change. This event aims to bring together top minds to create a plan for action–making trees a central part of agriculture in the 21st century.

Special Thanks to our Sponsors!