The James Beard Foundation is hosting its Inaugural Chef Action Summit at Princeton University on October 17-19, 2019.
This Summit is invitation-only and open to special guests, alumnae of James Beard Foundation Impact programs, and partners in the fight for positive policy change that supports people, communities, and the planet.
REFRESH @ SXSW
The Refresh Working Group, Google, and Swell Creative Group are excited to announce a day of food activations, discussions, and cooking demonstrations. Join us at SXSW to explore how AI is transforming the entire food system!
Founder, Audra Mulkern will be featured on the Panel: Telling a Different Story: Women, Tech, and the Food System
The past, present, and future of female entrepreneurs in the food system.
Join us for Tilth Conference: "Diversified Landscapes & Common Ground" as we celebrate the many definitions of what it means to be a farmer and come together to acknowledge the common ground that unites us all. November 9-11, 2018, in Spokane, WA
Audra will be the capnote for the conference and will be presenting the Plate to Politics Workshop sometime throughout the weekend.
Audra will be on a panel at the upcoming 2018 LDEI Annual Conference - it will be held October 11-14, 2018 at the Renaissance Hotel Seattle.
The Impact of Visual Storytelling
Audra Mulkern (Founder, Female Farmer Project)
Madeline Puckette (Founder, Wine Folly)
Dame Hsiao-Ching Chou, moderator (Author, Chinese Soul Food)
Storytelling is a powerful way to share ideas and information and to connect and engage an audience. Coupling story with imagery can have an especially strong impact.
These two entrepreneurs use visual storytelling in different ways — one through compelling photography (and a documentary film in the works) to honor women in agriculture, the other with dynamic graphics, video, and illustration that demystifies the world of wine, encouraging exploration. Learn about the value of thinking creatively vis-a-vis visual storytelling, and pick up some tactics applicable to myriad communications needs.
Join us for our PCC Farmland Trust's signature fundraising event, The Barn Raiser. Enjoy live music, delicious local food featuring produce from Washington farms, a raise the paddle and live auction — and more! Our program will feature words from PCC Farmland Trust staff, founder of The Bread Lab, Dr. Stephen Jones, and others soon to be announced. Plus, we’ll be honoring members of our community with “Barn Raiser Awards” to celebrate their commitment to local food and farmland. Come raise a glass to all we have accomplished together through the Our Farms, Our Future campaign, and toast to more good work in 2018 and beyond. We can’t wait to see you there!
Thursday, April 26 | 5:30 – 8:30pm | Metropolist
2931 1st Avenue South A, Seattle, WA 98134
The Farmer-Fisher-Chef Connection (F2C2) brings regional food & beverage Producers (farmers, fishers, ranchers, food & beverage artisans, etc.) and Buyers (chefs, restaurateurs, caterers, institutional buyers, instructors, students, etc.) together for the industry’s biggest event in Washington. We will learn from each other, work together to continue to develop our region’s local food economy, network and enjoy the best lunch of the year.
About: F2C2 has gained a faithful following of return attendees while annually drawing in new food producers and chefs for a delicious and social day of doing business while learning from each other. Tracking surveys have consistently shown that the event generates at least $1 million in new sales in our local food economy each year. F2C2 showcases and connects the producers and buyers who care about local, sustainable and delicious.
Where: Bastyr University, just outside of Seattle in Kenmore, will host F2C2 again in 2018. In addition to having a beautiful campus and a closely aligned mission, Bastyr University will offer a much easier commute for many attendees and has ample, free parking on site with no height restrictions!
Registration is open, register today and please help us spread the word by “joining” the event on Facebook and sharing with friends and colleagues.
Calling all beginning farmers and ranchers: do you want to know more about business planning, USDA programs, conservation, and women and veterans in farming?
Audra will be there, presenting on the Power of Storytelling and our friends Kriss Marion and Lisa Kivirist will be doing a live panel on Soil Sisters: Mentorship and Networking.
Join us 5-7pm EST on Wednesday, December 6th
Growing for the Future, a FREE online conference, offers all that and more. Thanks for providing this terrific resource, National Farmers Union!
P(OUR) SYMPOSIUM 2017 | GENDER
For the second P(our) Symposium, the group turns their attention to Gender. Audra Mulkern will be joining the organization in Paris to present on gender in agriculture and to exhibit a collection of images from the Female Farmer Project
We are so delighted to announce that Audra will be the opening keynote speaker for the National Farmers Union Women's Conference in March. In addition, she will be offering her workshop on Social Media Success: Telling Your #FarmStory
Join us and Register now!
We're pleased to announce that our founder, Audra Mulkern will be the opening keynote speaker at Montana’s Premiere Women in Agriculture Conference Feb. 10-12 at Chico Hot Springs!
In addition, Audra will be leading a workshop on cultivating your potential through photography and telling your 'Farm Story'.
Register here! See you there!