Farming for Justice

Farming for Justice is a quarterly webinar for farmers, land stewards, food producers, and activists interested in digging into the intersection of food, agriculture, and social justice.

Farming for Justice Webinars are a platform for dialogue, education, and action planning.

Once a quarter, via Zoom webinar, we join featured guests as they speak on topics addressing the intersections of farming and food justice.

Recordings are released following the session if you are unable to join.

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Upcoming Sessions:

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Interested in Presenting?

Interested in presenting?

Apply now! We're still filling our 2022 calendar.

Farmers, gardeners, land stewards, food systems workers, food justice activists, and community organizers are invited to share their story, efforts and initiatives through our Farming for Justice (FFJ) webinars.  

When: FFJ meets quarterly, with 90-minute sessions scheduled each spring, summer, fall, and winter.

Where: This 90 minute session is hosted and facilitated remotely by Groundswell staff via Zoom. Presentations have included sharing of slides or videos, breakout sessions for small group discussions, and/or larger discussions among the group. The format is flexible, depending on the presenter’s style and aims.

Compensation: As of Spring 2022 we have increased our compensation rate to reflect the level of labor and expertise offered by presenters, and to show appreciation for the BIPOC and LGBTQ+ voices we prioritize in the FFJ series, We offer presenters a rate of $500 per webinar to cover teaching and preparation.

Topics: We're open to your ideas for topics related to farming and food justice! We've also received feedback requesting presentations on the following topics: equitable land linking and access, restoration of native plants and seed, and traditional growing practices/methods of Black and Indigenous farmers.

If you or someone you know is interested in presenting a Farming for Justice webinar please reach out! Email to share your topics or ideas and get more information.

Please note: the FFJ platform prioritizes BIPOC and LGBTQ+ voices.

How to participate

There is no cost to join!

Register online by clicking the button below each session listed above. Once you register, you’ll receive periodic updates on future Farming for Justice sessions.

Please email with questions, to suggest a topic or speaker, or to inquire about leading your own discussion!

Previous FFJ Webinars

“ A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots.”

― Marcus Garvey