Since the publication of our article Why are American farmers killing themselves in record numbers?, we’ve heard from many people wondering how to help.Read More
Farming in the Balance
Baja Arizona’s female farmers are closing the agricultural gender gap and paving the way for the future of food.
As part of our 2017 storytelling project line-up, we’re pleased to announce a new platform and collaborative storytelling series called FFP Storytellers.Read More
Post a picture of yourself with the hashtag #WomenFeedTheWorld on March 8, 2017 in celebration of International Women's DayRead More
Spreadsheets and 50-page grant applications, fence mending and all-night birthing sessions, these aren’t the bucolic visions of farming that many of us hold.
An essay by Audra Mulkern
2016 was a year of incredible food and agriculture journalism, and to celebrate the end of the year, the Female Farmer Project team has rounded up some of our favorites. It was a challenge to narrow them down, and there were so many more that informed and inspired our work.Read More
Female Farmer Project: the coloring book?
Come download the first page and give us your feedback. We need testers of ALL ages!
"From memoirs to cookbooks, history to how-to, these women write from heartfelt experience that both fuels the movement and in various ways adds to a diversified livelihood and income mix." - Lisa Kivirist
425 Live presents "Women To Watch" 2016 Audra Mulkern, Founder of "The Female Farmer Project: "Through a Gender Lens: Telling The Untold Story"Read More
Our segment on King 5 News - Mowing down the grass ceilingRead More
A social media campaign for female farmers on International Women's DayRead More
From the South Bronx to West Seattle, those who work to create food access are highlighted in this photo essay.Read More
a perfect storm of female farmers, kale and the women who love bothRead More