Recording: Maintaining Mutually Supportive Relationships with BIPOC Producers

  • Recording: Maintaining Mutually Supportive Relationships with BIPOC Producers

    Posted by Elizabeth Atwell on November 28, 2022 at 1:42 PM

    In case you haven’t heard, we recently launched a new Community of Practice, specifically for folks working in “Farm to Food Assistance” value chains. These value chains aim to pay farmers a fair wage for their product, while also making healthy food more affordable or free to underserved communities, by getting local products into food access programs like food banks.

    We hosted a call a few weeks ago exploring how folks working in different parts of the country are building and maintaining trusting, transparent, and mutually supportive relationships with BIPOC producers. If you missed the call, you can check out the recording here. This call featured:

    • Buck Jones – Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
    • Jake Stanton – Southside Community Land Trust
    • Cecilia Cengiz – Yeyi Organics

    If you are interested in being a part of the Farm to Food Assistance CoP, then join the discussion group here and register for the monthly call series here. The next call will be on December 8th and will be an interactive follow-up discussion on the same subject. Hope to see you there!

    Elizabeth Atwell replied 10 months, 1 week ago 1 Member · 0 Replies
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