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Cultivating Connections Through Storytelling

Join Wisconsin Farmers Union for Stories of Hope, Resilience, and Adaptability for Women and Girls in Farming at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay on Tuesday June 11 from 1:00-3:00pm! Wisconsin Farmers Union is hosting this Farm Climate Smart WI event to bring area farmers together for a mini-storytelling workshop and sharing session where attendees can learn from others and build community around shared experiences. 

White text on a blue background that reads, "Stories of Hope, Resilience, and Adaptability for Women and Girls in Farming. A Farm Climate Smart WI event hosted by Wisconsin Farmers Union. Tuesday, June 11, 2024. 1:00 - 3:00pm. University of Wisconsin - Green Bay." There are white daisies around the border.
Attend the event on June 11 in Green Bay!

The event is free to attend and open to women farmers from all backgrounds, as well as those who support them. Featured speakers include Heather Toman from Full Circle Community Farm and Jamie Popp from edibleNEW magazine. Heather will share her farming experiences and the role of conservation practices at Full Circle Community Farm. Jamie will discuss how storytelling can strengthen local food promotions. 

The event will include:

  • Featured speakers, Heather and Jamie

  • Time for self-reflection and writing/drawing/creating your own story

  • A sharing session with time for connection and networking among attendees

Attend this event to find community and energize each other around agriculture, conservation, climate, resilience, adaptability, and hope. 

Space is limited for this free event. Register and find more information here.

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