Category Archives: Leadership

Coaching for Farmers and Food System Workers

These last couple months have been a rollercoaster of events and the world seems upside down on so many levels. Chances are good some aspect of your life is not feeling great right now and we want to be there … Continue reading

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Campesino a Campesino: A Post from Cuba

Five days. 34 people. 15 countries. Four languages. One classroom and a few farms. United. The WAgN Blog starts 2014 with a post from Vermont Farmer Mimi Arnstein, who is spending the cold months traveling and learning in Latin America. … Continue reading

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Women in Sustainable Agriculture– Reflection from the National Conference

The VT Women’s Ag Network staff and several Vermont farmers traveled to Iowa last week for the National Women in Sustainable Agriculture Conference, hosted by the Women Food & Agriculture Network (WFAN).  The conference was three days packed with field … Continue reading

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