September’s Farming for Justice discussion was led by Alexas Esposito and Joe Soto of the Traditional Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Healing(TCIKH). They shared their approach to returning to nature to heal their communities and themselves from intergenerational trauma through the technical and spiritual significance of seeds. In this video you will get a comprehensive…

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In July’s Farming for Justice discussion Kabui dove into the ways interdependent communities organize to create unique solutions to foster food sovereignty, interdependent communities, and lower carbon footprints. In this webinar, we learned how small scale agriculture is a core pillar of building a more sustainable food system, through the lens of Kabui’s lived experience…

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In Radicalize the Hive we outlined what honey bees, a “super-organism”, can teach us about building generative social systems.  The work includes discussion on building collaborative groups or communities through setting group terms, sharing power, building collective understanding, and shaping consensus while being compassionate with ourselves. In this discussion we explored the ways we can…

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Interim Leadership and the Groundswell team are working closely with farmers and partners to stay informed and up-to-date as coronavirus developments and responses unfold. The following links contain safety information, farm business grant and loan opportunities, and no-contact farm product sale opportunities. Meeting slides and Local Farmer Input During Groundswells COVID-19 Farmer Meet Up Organizational Resources:…

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