We are pleased to present the highlights video for the 2013 Camden Conference, The Middle East: What Next?
Fostering informed discourse on world affairs through year-round community events, public and student engagement, and an annual weekend conference.
Keynote address from the 2014 conference, “The Global Politics of Food and Water”: Two Pathways into the Future: Which to Choose? by Fred Kirschenmann, Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture (Iowa State University), Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture (Pocantico Hills, NY), and organic family farmer in North Dakota.
Jim Harkness, Senior Advisor on China for the Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy, spoke at the 27th annual Camden Conference: “The Global Politics of Food and Water”
Posted on Tuesday April 1, 2014
2014 Camden Conference Moderator, John Piotti, writes about us in Maine Farmland Trust‘s recent Newsletter. Food & Water: Notes on the Camden Conference Sometimes I’m amazed by what happens here in Maine. An event this past weekend made that point clearly—in two distinct ways. The event was the 27th Annual Camden Conference. The topic this [...]
Posted on Wednesday March 12, 2014
ANNOUNCING the Bill Taylor Research Proposal for student teams. Bill Taylor, a retired Captain of the Navy, offered a $1,000 Award to the student team whose research proposal best addresses the challenges of global food and water. Click here for more about the contest and the Bill Taylor Award. Bill Taylor has challenged young people [...]
Posted on Tuesday March 4, 2014
2014 Conference CamCasts are now available for viewing! Dear attendees, Thank you all for a wonderfully successful and thought provoking conference. We are pleased to announce that the 2014 Conference CamCasts are now available for viewing on our website: http://www.camdenconference.org/2014-conference/2014-conference-camcasts/ ENJOY!
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Over 200 high school, college, and graduate students and their faculty members attended the 2014 Camden Conference, coming from 15 high schools and 13 institutions of higher education. Click here to read stories about their experiences with global food and water issues: lunch dialogue sessions, Saturday night World Café, courses for credit, and the Bill Taylor Student Research Proposal Award.
In honor of our 25th year, we are pleased to present this series of short accounts of key moments from the history of the Camden Conference.