DEC 20, 2021: ONLINE – Farmer Slideshow Social

Posted by Hailey Troock on November 24, 2021

You’re invited to an online Farmer Slideshow Social to celebrate the end of the 2021 farming season and ring in the holidays!

This is the tenth and final event of the Young Agrarians 2021 Farm Club event series. What is a Farm Club? A Farm Club is when farmers come together to connect and nerd out with other farmers on farming-related topics. It’s a great way to get to know other farmers and foodies, and build community.

The goal of this online social is to provide farmers an opportunity to show off their favourite pics from the 2021 farming season, share some memorable stories and hear from others about their experiences.

Each pre-registered farmer will be given 10 minutes and 10 slides to present anything they want to regarding their farm. You can talk about successes and challenges, farm hacks, and farm fails – any theme you choose. We will limit this to 10 farms so if you are interested please contact hailey@youngagrarians.org to sign up!

Don’t miss out on this online educational and networking opportunity!

DATE: MONDAY, DEC 20, 2021 • 6-8pm PST on Zoom

LOCATION: Online from traditional and unceded Indigenous territories.

REGISTERPLEASE REGISTER HERE to reserve your spot. This event is free and open to everyone. If you would like to donate to support future Young Agrarians programs, the suggested contribution is $5-$10. 

SCHEDULE:

6:00-6:15pm: Introduction Circle

6:15-8:00pm: Farmer Slideshows

Additional Information

GOT LAND? WANT LAND? 

Through the B.C. Land Matching Program, Young Agrarians is offering support to farmers looking for land for their farm business and landowners looking for farmers to farm their land. The Columbia Basin Land Matcher will be attending the event to answer any questions about accessing land through this program. For those unable to join us, you can send a message to hailey@youngagrarians.org for more information.


THANK YOU!

CBT

The Columbia Basin event series is made possible with funding from Columbia Basin Trust.

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