Farming for Justice is a series of monthly webinars created by Groundswell. These webinars are for farmers, food producers, and food system workers to discuss specialized topics addressing the intersections of farming and food justice.
Farming for Justice webinars are free and interested individuals can register online. Once you register, you will receive monthly updates on future Farming for Justice Discussions.
Information on upcoming webinars and information on past webinars can be found below.
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Past Webinar Recordings and Recaps
7Gen Food System: An Indigenous Vision for Food that Grows a Nation
Rosebud Co & Returning Buffalo to Native Nations to Strengthen Land and People
Fair Food in the Time of COVID 19: Coalition of Immokalee Workers
Unpacking Race and Disability Injustices on the Land
Indigenous Land Management and Cultural Preservation
What Bees Can Teach Us About Shaping Social Change - Ang Roell
From Gun Violence To Homesteading with Chantel Johnson
Creating Interdependent Communities Through Food Justice Chef Kabui
Dismantling Diet Culture and Weight Stigma in Food Justice
Federal Farm Program Access for Farmers of Color
Redistributing Resources to Regenerate
Queering Sustainable Agriculture
How Green is the New Green Deal?
How Equity Shapes Groundswell Center
Address Farming Challenges through Policy Change w/Young Farmers Coalition
Experiences of Food Insecurity at Cornell University
This Farming for Justice webinar discussed food insecurity at Cornell University, a sensitive topic that is surrounded by stigma both within the university itself and in the local community. This webinar featured Marquan Jones, an Engaged Scholar senior at Cornell University and Kathleen Pasetty, owner of a local food café located on the Cornell University campus.
Click here to read the full recap of this webinar.
Equitable Fresh Food Access
Beyond the Seed Bank
Farm to People Panel: Farm to School, Affordable CSA’s, Farmer/Food Bank Tax Break