The Female Farmer Project

documenting the rise of women in agriculture

exhibits and appearances


I'm pleased to announce I will be the opening keynote speaker at Montana’s Premiere Women in Agriculture Conference Feb. 10-12 at Chico Hot Springs! I am looking forward to kicking off the weekend with the stories of women in ag from around the world. 

In addition, I will be leading a workshop on cultivating your potential through photography and telling your 'Farm Story'. 

 Register here! See you there!


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2016 Conference - "Solutions for a Growing World"


November 3, 2016 | Evergreen State Fairgrounds | Monroe, WA

Participants will spend an outstanding day of learning, networking and enjoying farm fresh local products prepared by fantastic chefs from the Mill Creek Country Club. Local and national farmers, researchers and experts will share innovative ideas, and attendees will learn how new and upcoming farmers are shaping the future of the agricultural world and providing tomorrow’s food. Some of the top experts in the country will present 24 great workshop classes in six industry tracks. The conference will once again include Focus on Forestry workshops.

Audra will present a storytelling workshop at the conference:

Social Media Success: Telling your #FarmStory: Did you know that most Americans are removed from agriculture by at least three generations? That has resulted in a huge gap in knowledge about agriculture, but have heart! There is a renewed interest; people are becoming engaged with food and food producers in new ways through social media. Farmers and food producers now have an opportunity to tell their farm story to a large audience. But where do you start? Over the past few years I have learned something about connecting eaters with food producers. We’ll learn about storytelling methods and discuss social media platforms, and tips for creating compelling content and connecting with your customer audience. 

To learn more and register please visit www.focusonfarming.org 


 

Exciting news! The show has been extended through the end of September! Join us at First Thursday Art Walk for one last chance to help support local farms! 

Please join artist, Audra Mulkern in celebrating local farms through photography at a First Thursday reception. A percentage of the proceeds will go to help save local farmland with non-profit partner PCC Farmland Trust (http://www.pccfarmlandtrust.org/)

Kaija Jones, Gallery Director
www.globegalleryseattle.com

 
Extended through the end of September

Extended through the end of September

Copyright Audra Mulkern 2017