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Thursday, December 7 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Farmers as Agents of Social Change LIMITED

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Many farmers choose to enter agriculture for reasons beyond growing food. While noble and necessary unto itself, food production becomes the organizing principle to engage people in the surrounding community in solutions for living more responsibly on the planet. From white farmers showing up for racial justice to mitigating global climate change, farms and farmers can be a catalyst for the adoption of new ways of relating to each other and the Earth. Flor and Nancy will share how they are utilizing Pie Ranch as a place for such theory and practice to play out and provide direction forward.

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Flor Revolorio

Farm Manager, Pie Ranch
Flor Assists manages production and education, holds the CSA, and manages the farm animals at Pie Ranch in Pescadero, CA. Flor is a Guatemalan born and raised in Chicago. Flor loves farming and the things that most inspire her and fuel her interests are soil, justice, and education. Flor is a city person at heart, but has loved living in small/rural communities for the past 5 years... Read More →
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Nancy Vail

Co-Founder, Pie Ranch
Nancy is a broadly experienced sustainable food systems farmer, advocate, educator and leader. Previous to co-founding Pie Ranch in 2003, Nancy worked on a number of farms abroad and throughout the United States, eventually landing at UC Santa Cruz's Center for Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems (CASFS) where she farmed and taught for over a decade. Nancy is passionate about linking justice with food and f... Read More →

Thursday December 7, 2017 1:30pm - 3:00pm EST