From her .25-acre mini farm in New Mexico, Juliann Salinas talks all about beekeeping; the fragility of the native meals system uncovered by the pandemic; the Ladies, Meals & Ag Community; and extra.
You’ll be taught a fast historical past of WFAN’s 25 years, from environmental justice to racial justice, all centered on co-creating a simply, equitable and ecological meals and agricultural system that features a place for robust girls and nonbinary management. See the place you slot in to the Rising Group Resilience program for help and connection, Harvesting Our Potential mentorship program, Ladies Caring for the Land schooling program, and Plate to Politics program to boost up girls’s management in meals and ag insurance policies.
Jules delves into the impression of the inflexibility and vulnerability of our meals system, notably on the Native communities in her space. Hear in regards to the options that the neighborhood developed and the way far it’s that we’ve got to go to realize really resilient native meals networks.
Study the challenges of farming in New Mexico and what’s attainable to develop on .25 acre! And keep tuned to the top for Jules’ suggestions for the start beekeeper—together with methods to count on the surprising in a altering local weather.