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 into further action? Through dialogue, education, and action planning, we’ll begin to explore the answers.
(Join us in-person or via video conference - see below)
How to participate
There is no cost to join! You're encouraged to attend in person at the Groundswell Center office, or join us by Zoom. (Zoom info will be shared once you register.)
Register online by clicking the button below each monthly session listed above.
Contact us with questions or to suggest a topic or speaker.
- History of Racism and inequality in U.S. Agriculture
- White Privilege in the food system
- Labor in the food system: barriers to small-farm profit making and farmworker rights. Speakers from the Tompkins County Immigrant Rights Coalition.
- Equitable farm business model: Speakers from Rock Steady Farm
- The Farm Bill & You: Speakers from NSAC and the Food Bank of the Southern Tier. Read more here.
- Cultural Appropriation in food and farming