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Farming for Justice January


Faciliated by the Northeast Farmers of Color.

The Northeast Farmers of Color network (NEFOC) is an informal alliance of Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and Asian farmers making their lives on land in New England and Upstate New York. Among other things, NEFOC is working on a regional land trust and a Reparations Map.

Join Leah Penniman from Soul Fire Farm and the NEFOC Program Coordinator for this Farming for Justice Discussion to learn about NEFOC’s structure and work and how farmers of color and white farmers can get involved or take action to support the network.

Join the discussion in-person or via video conference remotely.

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Groundswell places a high value on attracting diverse trainees to our programs and to creating inclusive program offerings for all. We especially encourage people of color, new Americans, veterans, LGBTQ and other aspiring producers who have sometimes been excluded from the sustainable agriculture/local foods movement. The following demographic information helps us measure our success in reaching out to various segments of our community:

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