You can listen to the AIMA Lecture on the occasion of World Seeds Day HERE. This lecture occurred on 26 April 2023, 14:00 Central European Time; 8:00 am Eastern Standard Time; Midnight Sydney, Australia.
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AIMA recognizes the International Day of World Awareness of Food Loss and Waste The International Association of Agricultural Museums (AIMA) invites you to a one-hour program via ZOOM. Speakers will address museum collections, policies, protocol, and programming aimed at increasing awareness of the numerous costs of food loss and waste. To join the event, please… Continue reading Food Awareness & Loss 2022 AIMA Lecture Series
CELEBRATING WORLD BEE DAY WITH AIMA, International Association of Agricultural Museums You can listen to the 2022 World Bee Day Digital AIMA Lecture HERE: GOOD BEEKEEPING PRACTICES FOR SUSTAINABLE APICULTURE We are more and more aware of the significance of beekeeping for agriculture and in preserving biodiversity. Traditionally, beekeeping was important for bee products, while… Continue reading World Bee Day 2022 AIMA Lecture Series
Register now!Donkeys are an integral part of the culture, the history and the future in numerous countries in the world. Donkeys (and mules parented by donkeys) have been, and still are, important for agricultural production and marketing as well as for transport. Donkey traditions have been encapsulated in museums around the world, but donkey technologies… Continue reading World Donkey Day 2022 AIMA Lecture Series
AIMA hosted its first virtual symposium on Nov 14th 2020: “Coping with crisis in Agricultural Museums“. You can view presentations at AIMA’s official YouTube channel! As many of our members and we as an organization adapted and adjusted to the ongoing crisis and its challenges, we shared our experiences with a wider public.
We invite you to join AIMA on Nov 14th 2020 for our first virtual symposium. As many of our members and we as an organization had to adapt and adjust to the ongoing crisis and its challenges, we would like to share our experiences with a wider public. Register now: https://ingeniumcanada.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OaBkqCh9ReytGD5MIqwt_A The conference will feature… Continue reading Virtual Symposium Nov 14th 2020