Are you working for a food system that supports healthy food for all, sustainable farming and fishing, and thriving communities? The Food Solutions New England network believes that racism must be undone in order to achieve an equitable food system and that fairness, inclusiveness, and solidarity must guide our food future. You are invited to join us for the 2017 21-Day Racial Equity Habit Building Challenge on April 9-29, 2017, wherever you are!
The #FSNEEquityChallenge will feature 21 daily prompts plus a set of resources to explore. Learn more through a webinar on April 4th, read guest blog posts, and commit to the Challenge. You can choose to reflect on your own or in dialogue with a group. Please join us – along with hundreds of others who want a just food system – for an exciting 21 days of learning, sharing, and connecting.
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Upcoming EventsSep21Thuall-day Land, Food and Race Bearing Witn...Land, Food and Race Bearing Witn...Sep 21 – Sep 24 all-daySoul Fire Farm 1972 NY-2, Petersburg, NY 12138 Bearing Witness to the U.S. Food System Please join us this Fall on a retreat that will provide you the opportunity to bear witness to: The natural world: the soil, the elements, … Continue reading →Sep26Tue5:30 pm Women in Agriculture: Campus Far...Women in Agriculture: Campus Far...Sep 26 @ 5:30 pm – 6:45 pmJoin The Stockbridge School of Agriculture, UMass Amherst as we highlight campus farms. UMass Student Farm’s Amanda Brown and Book & Plow Farm’s Maida Ives will share their stories of managing campus farms in the Pioneer Valley, providing food for the institutions … Continue reading →7:00 pm Uncommon Fruits for Backyard and...Uncommon Fruits for Backyard and...Sep 26 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pmNOFA MASS will be hosting another installment of the Webinar Series – Inspiring Ideas from Experts in the Field Presenter: Lee Reich, PhD, “Life on the Farmden” Blog Juneberry, cornelian cherry, and lingonberry are just a few fruits that are … Continue reading →
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