Farming for Justice

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 and 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.

Every month, via internet webinar, we join in discussion with featured guests on specialized topics addressing the intersections of farming and food justice.

*We are no longer offering discussion groups in person; webinars are recorded. 

Upcoming Sessions:

How to participate

There is no cost to join!

Register online by clicking the button below each monthly session listed above. Once you register, you will receive monthly updates on future Farming for Justice Discussions.

Contact us with questions or to suggest a topic or speaker.

2019 Past Topics & Recaps/Videos

December: Redistributing Resources to Regenerate w/Resource Generation

November: Queering Sustainable Agriculture

October: How Green is the New Green Deal?

September: How Equity Shapes Groundswell Center

August: Address Farming Challenges through Policy Change w/Young Farmers Coalition

July: Experiences of Food Insecurity at Cornell University

June: Equitable Fresh Food Access w/VINES Food Share

April: True Love Seeds

February: Farm to People Panel: Farm to School, Affordable CSA’s, Farmer/Food Bank Tax Break

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

― Marcus Garvey