We partner with the Black Church Food Security Network to host conversations with local land-based organizations. Watch our previous webinars to learn about Black farming, food sovereignty, beekeeping and more!
Brandon Ritter of FarmerJawn and Nala Bloom of Bloom and Bee Apiary and Urban Creators discuss “Black Honey: Beekeeping, Mindfulness & Healing”
Recorded June 16, 2022 on Zoom
Sonya Harris of Bullock Garden Project and Elaine S. Holton of Food Moxie discuss “Growing Future Farmers: Nurturing Young Gardeners of Color”
Recorded May 19, 2022 on Zoom
Christa Barfield of FarmerJawn Agriculture & VivaLeaf Tea Co. and Chris Bolden-Newsome of Sankofa Community Farm & Truelove Seeds discuss “Growing Food & Power: Farming While Black in Philadelphia”
Recorded March 17, 2022 on Zoom
Dr. Ashley Gripper of Land Based Jawns discusses “We Don’t Farm Because It’s Trendy: We Farm as Resistance, for Healing and Sovereignty”
Recorded June 2, 2022 on Zoom
Hajjah Glover of Glover Gardens and Jenine Berry of Berry’s Bountiful Gardens discuss “Small Spaces; Big Impact: Container Gardens and Black Food Sovereignty”
Recorded April 21, 2022 on Zoom
Dr. Priscilla McCutcheon of University of Kentucky and Rev. Dr. Heber Brown III of the Black Church Food Security Network discuss “Freedom Farming and the Black Church”
Recorded February 24, 2022 on Zoom
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