This talk explores how organizations focused on building resilient food producing landscapes have adapted to the pandemic’s challenges using technology. Through the experience of three organizations, we look at what tools aided each in their community engagement, collaboration and problem solving.
Learn how incorporating technology into food producing landscapes can improve resilience to the impacts of a natural disaster or pandemic
Explore how technology can be used to address inefficiencies in our food system and streamline landscape architecture professional practice.
Explore how technology can be leveraged to improve community engagement and marketing around food access initiatives.
Understand how GIS can be used to map ecosystem services as well as nonpoint sources of pollution to preserve working landscapes, native pollinators and water quality.