November 10, 10 am-12 pm
The Land Stewardship Project's mission to transform the farm and food system, and the greater economy, requires us to come together across our differences, engage in our institutions and elections, build our collective power, and assert the collective power we already have. As we challenge corporate control over our communities, we must recognize and dismantle the legacy of oppression that orchestrated today’s reality.
Join fellow Land Stewardship Project members in growing and deepening our understanding, relationships, and work to advance systemic change by signing up for the first training in a Let's Get Free Together series of trainings for members launching this fall!
The purpose of this training is to come together and get clear about the root causes of the problems we face. Throughout the training, members will:
• Examine oppression at a personal vs. systemic level.
• Explore different types of oppression.
• Share experiences about how systemic oppression impacts them directly.
We are offering all LSP members four sessions of the same training. There is no fee to participate. All sessions will be held via Zoom,* which is accessible via computer, a smartphone app, or simply by dialing your telephone and entering a code. We are limiting the number of participants to 20 per session to keep the training interactive. So, reserve your spot soon!
* Upon registering, you will receive the Zoom link and e-mail reminders leading up to the training date.
Training Sessions Dates:
* Tuesday, November 10 , from 10 am - 12 pm
* Thursday, November 12, from 7 pm – 9 pm
* Sunday, November 15, from 3 pm - 5 pm
* Wednesday, November 18, from 10 am – 12 pm
Training Registration: Register below!
Meet Your LSP Trainers:
- Nick Olson, email@example.com
- Nick, along with his partner and two kids, lives and farms in Litchfield, Minn. He has been an organizer with LSP for the past 12 years, working closely with beginning farmers. For the past four years, Nick has been organizing LSP members around issues of racial justice through trainings, cohorts, actions, and connection with allies. When not on the farm or on a Zoom call, Nick enjoys canoeing, hiking, and discovering new music.
- Alex Romano, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Alex lives in Winona with her partner, two cats, and four chickens. Alex has been organizing in the Upper Midwest with LSP since July 2018. Her areas of expertise focus on farmer-to-farmer grazing education and racial, gender, and economic justice. Prior to LSP, Alex served as an environmental educator for one year in northern Minnesota and three years in Minneapolis. Intermittently, Alex has worked on a handful of small-scale specialty crop farms in Minnesota and across Canada.
Questions? Contact Nick or Alex via e-mail.
We look forward to seeing you at an upcoming training session!
Nick & Alex