The Female Farmer Project™

documenting the rise of women in agriculture

Sister projects and organizations

 

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The invisible farmer project


Invisible Farmer is the largest ever study of Australian women on the land. This three year project (2017-2020) is funded by the Australian Research Council and involves a nation-wide partnership between rural communities, academics, government and cultural organisations.

 

  PCC FARMLAND TRUST   PCC Farmland Trust is a nonprofit land trust working to secure, preserve, and steward threatened farmland in Washington, ensuring that generations of local farmers productively farm using sustainable and organic growing methods. We take our mission one step further by innovating on traditional conservation tools to provide access to affordable farmland. We are currently leading a call to action to protect near-urban farmland in the Puget Sound region:  Our Farms, Our Future . Learn more about  how we conserve farmland  and the  farms we’ve protected  across Washington state.

PCC FARMLAND TRUST

PCC Farmland Trust is a nonprofit land trust working to secure, preserve, and steward threatened farmland in Washington, ensuring that generations of local farmers productively farm using sustainable and organic growing methods. We take our mission one step further by innovating on traditional conservation tools to provide access to affordable farmland. We are currently leading a call to action to protect near-urban farmland in the Puget Sound region: Our Farms, Our Future. Learn more about how we conserve farmland and the farms we’ve protected across Washington state.

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Food and fibers project

Making connections between what we wear and what we eat.
There are so many intersections of food and fashion, from the soil that grows our food and fiber, to the plants that we can both eat and dye textiles with, to the political acts of cooking our own food and mending our own clothes.

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Women, Food and agriculture network (WFAN) - Plate to politics

WFAN is the home for Plate to Politics(SM)  — a nationwide effort to support and strengthen the national leadership role of women transforming our nation’s food system, from the federal agriculture policy agenda to what’s on our family’s dinner plate. The program focuses on providing leadership training to women engaged in healthy food and farming.

Copyright Audra Mulkern 2018