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2020 EFAO conference art, a hand drawn image of a tree with hands on the ends of the branches, reaching out. Underground is a network of roots connecting all kinds of creatures in the soil. Standing above ground are various animals and some humans around the tree.

BIPOC Farmer Meet-up and Consultation

Thursday December 3 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Venue: Online

Online via Zoom - link will be sent to registrants

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Are you a racialized ecological farmer? Join fellow Black, Indigenous and other farmers of colour to network and provide feedback to the organization about how EFAO can better meet the needs of farmers and members who are currently underrepresented in the organization and the ecological farming movement at large.

This meeting is reserved for BIPOC farmers and aspiring farmers and will be led by Angel Beyde, with support from Amy Cheng. EFAO members and others interested in joining are welcome to attend.

To thank those participating in this meeting, we are happy to provide a full conference pass.

RSVP at any point until 7:30AM on Thursday December 3.  RSVP by 4pm on Saturday November 28th to receive a free full conference pass.

 

Angel Beyde is a Black / mixed race grower of food and flowers. An Organic Master Gardener, educator and facilitator, Angel has worked in Urban Ag and eco-landscaping for many years. She is a total soil nerd and cheerleader for regenerative growing practices as key to food sovereignty and community abundance. Angel and her husband are currently looking for rural land with a home to start their organic market garden Good Fortune Farmstead in 2021.

Amy Cheng is a market garden manager and farmer at the Black Creek Community Farm (BCCF) in Toronto. BCCF’s market garden produces 1 acre of vegetables for its CSA, on-site farm store, wholesale, and BCCF’s community programming and special events. Before BCCF, she owned and operated Red Pocket Farm, a 1/4-acre market garden focused on Asian vegetables for market. Amy has also led various community food programs and participated in research projects focused on culturally appropriate vegetables production in the GTA since 2012.

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