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In Her Boots – Sep 11, 2011

On Sep 11th a group of women gathered at the Michael Fields Agricultural Institute in East Troy WI around the subject of growing and eating organic vegetables. The daylong event was part of the series In Her Boots: Sustainable Farming For Women, By Women, a workshop series focusing on women farmers and food-based business owners, sponsored by The Rural Women’s Project in association with MOSES: Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service.

During this celebration of the flavorful abundance of the season, attendees went to workshops, had a farm tour and enjoyed a local food lunch prepared by a local chef.  Topics included – how to use in-season vegetables from CSA boxes, vegetable production & harvesting, and starting a value-added food business and cottage food opportunities.

What I found personally interesting was the diversity of women. Ranging from 20-somethings to 70+, they were an elementary school administrator, a writer, a Bed & Breakfast owner, a food justice policy-maker, an apprentice farmer, a food historian, and many women simply interested in learning a healthier way to eat or how to live sustainably and grow their own food.

For me it was another step along my journey toward my Farm Dreams … to be continued.

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Written by CherylB

Filed under: Farm Dreams, Vegetables

One Response to "In Her Boots – Sep 11, 2011"

  1. Joe B says:

    Wow, what a cool thing. Thanks for sharing your thoughts about the food growing community!

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