Name
A Farm Of Our Own
Date
Sunday, October 18, 2020
Time
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (EDT)
Description

Are you a BIPOC knitter, crocheter, spinner, or felter who loves sheepy, woolly, farm fiber? Do you dream of raising your own flock of sheep one day, and wonder if you'll find support as a BIPOC farmer? Let's have this conversation! Join us and meet some of the BIPOC sheep breeders and yarn producers in our fiber community. They'll share their stories of how they started out, the challenges they've met--in and out of the pasture, and what they've learned so far. Our goal is to create a BIPOC-centered discussion space. Due to the sensitivity of topics such as land access, and navigating in a predominantly white farming culture, this event is geared specifically to an audience of color. 

Please follow this link to complete the questionaire prior to joining us on Sunday. 

Co-hosts include:

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Price
$0.00
Amanda Solomon Charis Walker Emily Tzeng Alberto Barcenas Kat Chang Anne Choi
Session Type
Breed Talk
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Pre-requisites
Please follow the link in the session description and complete the questionnaire prior to joining us on Sunday.
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1j_WvCKm7x6LIRMKzq7Vnvlbtl-AwEv7J9PVazne5xI0/viewform?ts=5f7f3aec&edit_requested=true&gxids=7757
Capacity
490