2nd Floor, Canada Centre Building
Box 3535, REAL District, Regina
The Indigenous Agriculture Summit (IAS), presented by FCC, returns for our 10th annual summit, taking place on November 21 & 22 in the Queensbury Center in Regina, Saskatchewan.
This year’s summit focuses on Empowering Sustainable Agriculture – Unlocking the potential of Community Relationships and Collaborative Partnerships.
Each day we will take you through different opportunities and provide you with the knowledge and resources to walk away with a sense of direction and inspiration on how you can build food security, community strength and sustainability through the world of Indigenous Agriculture.
From small to large operations, we will be sharing information to inspire ideas to meet the needs of your community. Our summit is filled with shared success, best practices, leadership, economic development, and building connections to help build strength between communities and within your economy.
The conference is a must-attend event for leaders, economic development officers, entrepreneurs, partners and anyone invested in the success and potential of agriculture and food in Canada’s First Nation, Métis, and Inuit communities.
While you are at the summit, you will have access to the rest of the grounds for the days of the summit.
Tickets to the 2023 IAS is now SOLD OUT.
Draft agenda can be found here
Formal protocol for Indigenous Pipe Ceremony can be found here.
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If you have any questions or would like to get involved, please contact Krystin Sucher at email@example.com or 306-924-9603.
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