KWIC Conversations: Women in Agriculture

-- 12:00 pm ~ 01:00 pm

March is Women's History Month. Join us on Thursday, March 16th from 12-1pm as we discuss the challenges and opportunities women face in agriculture with Emma Macdonald!

Emma Macdonald (she/her) graduated from Trent’s Sustainable Agriculture Program in 2016 and has been working in food and farming for the past decade. She currently runs the Trent Vegetable Gardens, a one-acre farm producing food for the Seasoned Spoon and community agencies, and teaches Farm Planning and Design at Durham College. Emma’s most passionate about providing agricultural education, building food literacy, and inspiring young people to participate in food production.

KWIC is a charitable organization that connects global issues to local initiatives. We create opportunities that can change how people understand the world and foster equitable and sustainable communities. We make change happen in three areas: Community Education, Youth and In Schools and Umbrella Support for Small and Emerging Projects.

Please register on Eventbrite. The Zoom link and conservation prompts will be sent to participants in advance.

What are KWIC Conversations?

KWIC Conversations are an opportunity for students and community members to come together for thoughtful and interactive conversations on timely topics and how we are experiencing what's happening in the world.

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