Farming for Justice: From Gun Violence to Homesteading
Wednesday, June 10th
This webinar will be recorded.
In June Chantel Johnson, will join us via Zoom and speak about her journey surviving the impacts of gun violence to creating and operating, Off Grid in Color, a farming business that uses sustainability as a tool for healing and building intentional community. As a farmer, doula and a counselor with a Masters in Social Work, Chantel embraces holistic practices including agriculture, restorative living and the power of healing. Attending this event will be a transformative, beneficial, and empowering story for you and your community, centered on how we can take back our power and transform our communities, food system, bodies and minds!
Chantel Johnson is passionate about helping lead people back to enjoying simple ways of living while reconnecting with their inner spirit. Chantel’s passions are effectuated everyday. As a social worker, doula, and homesteader in North Carolina, she is able to teach and show people a nontraditional way of living. In today’s day and age that’s just what the soul needs. Since obtaining her Master of Social Work (MSW) degree from the University of Washington and moving to North Carolina, her life visions have continued to expand. She has since received her doula certification from G.R.R.A.C.E.E. National Doula Academy and has devoted her energies to homesteading.
Her visions are continually growing and she hopes to help nurture the visions of others in her larger community with her teachings and ever-expanding knowledge. Farmers are one of the important healers of the land, a powerhouse to the local economy, and the provider of nourishment.
To learn more about Chantel visit the Off Grid In Color website
All Farming for Justice Webinars are offered for free, but donations can be made to directly to Off Grid In Color here: paypal.me/offgridincolor