I recently had the privilege of being nominated to apply for the John Kinsman Beginning Farmer Food Sovereignty Prize through … Continue reading Food: A basic human right: What does it look like at the farm and for you?
I am definitely not in Kansas and most definitely giraffes don’t graze on my farm in La Valle, WI. Nevertheless, … Continue reading Building Connections With Women Farmers Worldwide: On the Wisdom of Constants and Contrasts –Celebrating the International Year of Family Farming
I was recently in the Democratic Republic of Congo and was privileged to meet John Nday. John is a trained … Continue reading A different kind of weekend warrior
I had the privilege of hiring Nadege to work with me on a new program in the Central African Republic … Continue reading Amidst chaos, Nadege gardens on in the Central African Republic
The first farmers I ever met were my mom and dad. They were small farmers with day jobs who grew … Continue reading My first farmers