Women Doing Democracy: Building Grassroots Coalitions to Grow Healthy Food
Posted by Women Food & Ag Network on October 27, 2014
Women Food & Ag Network Annual Conference
Women Doing Democracy: Building Grassroots Coalitions to Grow Healthy Food and Farming in Your Community is the theme of the 2014 WFAN annual conference, Friday and Saturday, November 14-15, at the Fairfield Arts and Convention Center, Fairfield, IA. Join colleagues from all across the US to network, learn and enjoy the best locally grown foods Midwest women farmers have to offer!
Keynoters include Karen Washington of Black Urban Growers, The Bronx, and Diane Rosenberg of Jefferson County Farmers and Neighbors, Fairfield. Field tours will be offered to showcase women-owned farms, Maharishi University, Abundance Eco-Village, Radiance Dairy and others. Friday afternoon intensives will focus on soil health and women’s leadership. Nine Saturday workshops will cover topics ranging from GMO labeling to landlady-tenant relations. Film screening, delicious food, and lots of networking! Visit http://www.wfan.org or contact [email protected], 515 450 3591, for more info. Limited exhibitor spaces still available.
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