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April 2021

Sharing Stories: Growing Relationships with the Land (part 4)

April 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Webinar
Free
Mark Erickson standing in his pasture - Sharing Stories

Tuesday, April 20 | 12pm - 1pm Join the webinar HERE! Join our discussion with Mark Erickson as we reflect on his long journey in family farming, including the challenge of rethinking what farming meant for him, and the process of persuading other landowners to allow him to convert their land to pasture for his animals over the past decade around Morris, Minnesota. This is a project partnership between the Office of Sustainability - University of Minnesota, Morris, Stevens County…

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May 2021

Sharing Stories: Growing Relationships with the Land (part 5)

May 11 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Free
Carrie Redden in her pasture with cow - Sharing Stories webinar

Tuesday, May 11 | 12pm - 1pm Join the webinar HERE! Join our discussion with Carrie Redden about her efforts to breathe new life/write a new story for their 6th generation family farm. Carrie converted conventional farmland into pasture for their family‚Äôs organic dairy operation in Chokio, Minnesota. We explore the learning curve required for this endeavor when she and her husband did not grow up farming. Carrie is an entrepreneur who is learning by doing while deepening her relationship…

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June 2021

Sharing Stories: Growing Relationships with the Land (part 6)

June 1 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Webinar
Free
Ella Roberston & Eric Wana seated in their apple orcharda

Tuesday, June 1 | 12pm - 1pm Join the webinar HERE! Join our discussion with Ella Robertson and Eric Wana from the Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate near Peaver, South Dakota, who are role models of the idea of Indigenuity -- the hard work, perseverance, entrepreneurial spirit, and resilience in working to recover traditional farming methods and practices. With deep connections to the land, we will discuss their current projects and practices, and what they are working to pass along to future…

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