Land Access & Reparations Community Events - Registration
On March 8, we bring together farmers, community organizations, extension, local businesses, schools, funders, lawmakers, lenders, and the faith community to create an action plan for land access and reparations in the Finger Lakes. The workshop will be 10% theory and 90% action, so come prepared to roll up your sleeves and collaborate with community members to rethink land distribution in the region. We will create a plan to advance land sovereignty in the Finger Lakes through permanent and secure land tenure for those currently without access.

This day of ACTION PLANNING includes engaging presentations, interactive workshops & discussions facilitated by Leah Penniman.

Morning: 10am – 1pm , Open to All: What role can representatives from all sectors play in supporting land access and reparations issues, challenges and opportunities? **PLEASE NOTE: As of Tuesday February 26th, there is a waitlist for the morning session. Please register and we will touch base and confirm your spot by Wednesday March 6th**

Afternoon: 2pm – 5pm , Black, Indigenous, and People of Color Only: The case for “farming while black” and action steps for making farming and land ownership a reality in the Finger Lakes.

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