Occidental Arts & Ecology Center: Advocacy Training for Women Farmers
FORCES OF NATURE: ADVOCACY SKILLS TRAINING FOR WOMEN FARMERS & RANCHERS
November 9-12, 2017
This course is not open to the public and is by invitation only.*
Forces of Nature is a statewide effort to increase the leadership roles of women to improve the health and well-being of all Californians through just and sustainable agriculture policies.
The goal of the Forces of Nature: Advocacy Skills Training for Women Farmers & Ranchers in California is to provide leadership training to women farmers and ranchers in California and increase their engagement in regenerative agriculture policy advocacy at the state and local levels.
JOIN THE FORCE!
This meeting is for a select group of women leaders in agriculture by invitation only*. The workshop, including meals and overnight accommodations at OAEC, is grant funded and free to attend. As a gesture of commitment, a $100 deposit is required to reserve your space which will be refunded to you upon arrival.
*If you are a women actively farming or ranching in California and are interested in attending this Advocacy Skills Training, please contact Kendall Dunnigan firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire if space is available.
This collaborative training is sponsored by CalCAN, Threshold Foundation, and Occidental Arts & Ecology Center.