I can’t believe we’re on our second year of hosting the We Sow We Grow Summit and that this is my life these days.
If you’re new here, outside of my full-time job running this media outlet, I’m also a Master Urban Farmer and the Executive Director of the We Sow We Grow Project, a nonprofit focused on uniting the community through the food we grow.
For the last six seasons, I have been growing gardeners globally and falling more in love each day.
It’s super hard work, but it’s one of the ways that I channel all my creativity, my activism, and yes, even my grief. It’s how I’m a good neighbor and how I stay committed to doing what I can, on my corner, on my block, in my neighborhood, in my city.
We’re currently working on acquiring a vacated firehouse in the community, and the proceeds from this summit will feed directly into that. Most farmers will tell you that they don’t get into this business to make money – I’m a walking case study.
Starting today and going until September 22, you’ll be able to snag early bird tickets for either the weekend only or all-access – which gives you six months longer to interact with the sessions.
I can’t wait for you all to meet our speakers and interact with other community members. Not only that, but we’re planning a big move from Facebook to our own online community so that you will see the information you need whenever you like! No more fighting with Facebook algorithms.
But enough about that – your early bird access only lasts for a week. Make sure to register TODAY for the summit in October.
We Sow We Grow Summit
Keep sowin’ and growin’!