Meetings related to food systems and/or community development.
Location: Groundswell Office, 225 S Fulton St, Ithaca, NY 14850
Farming for Justice is a monthly meeting for farmers, food producers, and food system workers interested in digging into the intersection of food, agriculture and social justice. What role do we see ourselves playing in racial/economic justice work? What are the barriers we face and how can we support each other to step further into action? Through dialogue, education and action planning, we’ll begin to explore the answers.
|Event Date||12/12/2017 5:30 pm ET|
|Event End Date||12/12/2017 7:00 pm ET|
Location: Groundswell Office, 225 S Fulton Street, Ithaca
What role do we see ourselves playing in racial/economic justice work? What are the barriers we face and how can we support each other to step into further action? Through dialogue, education, and action planning, we’ll begin to explore the answers.
|Event Date||4/11/2018 9:00 am ET|
|Event End Date||4/11/2018 10:30 am ET|
Location: Lower Manhattan Head Quarters (LMHQ), 150 Broadway #20 Floor, NYC
Join us for light refreshments & networking social from 6:30pm - 7:00pm
A NYCHA resident-led panel discussion with some of New York City’s most prominent urban agriculture and food leaders.
An engaging dialogue on efforts to increase access to healthy food, reduce our carbon food print and develop food based employment opportunities. Together, we can explore the solutions needed to create a more equitable New York City for all.Join us as participants share reflections on this project that is expanding healthy food access, youth workforce development & sustainable public housing communities.
Paul Philpott – NYCHA resident; graduate of Green City Force's Urban Farm Corps; Social Entrepreneur, Urban Farmer and Founder, Gateway Greens
Chantel Kemp – NYCHA resident, graduate of Green City Force’s Urban Farm Corps; Founder of Blac Kitchen and Marlboro Houses Garden member
Tony Hillery – Founder and Executive Director, Harlem Grown
Naomi Johnson – President, NYCHA Howard Houses Resident Association
Karen Washington – Founder, Rise and Root Farm; Founder of B.U.G.S (Black Farmers & Urban Growers National); 2010 White House Award Recipient; Named NY Times' Urban Farming Grande Dame
|Event Date||4/18/2018 6:30 pm ET|
|Event End Date||4/18/2018 8:30 pm ET|
Regeneration Midwest Meeting
First regional gathering of 12 Midwest states: ND, SD, NE, KS, MO, IA, MN, WI, IL, IN, MI, OH
The two-day event will take place at a farm operation in Northfield, about one hour south of the Twin Cities. On June 28, starting at 4 p.m., Main Street Project (MSP), one of our Regeneration Midwest core partners, will host a tour of the MSP Poultry-Centered Regenerative Agriculture Systems.
On June 29, we’ll hold a morning session that takes a deeper dive into financing of and investment in regenerative agriculture. To cap off the activities on the 29th, there will be a Regeneration Midwest strategy meeting for those who would like to participate, from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Space is limited to 50 participants. Please RSVP here with your full contact information, by June 25.
|Event End Date||6/29/2018|
|Cut off date||6/25/2018|
Fourth Annual Northeast Gathering on Domestic Fair Trade
Friday August 10 2018 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Hampshire College, Amherst, Massachusetts
At this summer’s Free Open Meeting, held in conjunction with the annual NOFA SUMMER CONFERENCE scheduled for that weekend, we, the NOFA Domestic Fair Trade Committee, invite activists from the Northeast Region who are engaged in projects and organizing efforts that come under the broad heading of Domestic Fair Trade to come together to share our work and ideas and to discuss possible collaboration for the immediate future.
The all-morning meeting is free though it is listed on Friday’s Pre Conference Track.
For details about the NOFA Summer Conference visit www.nofasummerconference.org.
|Event Date||8/10/2018 9:00 am ET|
|Event End Date||8/10/2018 12:30 pm ET|