BIPOC Farming Workshop

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BIPOC Farming Workshop

07/23/2024 @ 12:00 pm - 07/23/2024 @ 03:00 pm

23 Jul 12:00 pm - 03:00 pm

577 Hillcrest Drive, Fredericton, NB

The National Farmers Union in New Brunswick is hosting a series of in-person farmer-led events this year and we’re excited to announce that we’re hosting the second one in Fredericton, New Brunswick on July 23rd from Noon – 3pm in collaboration with Hayes Teaching Farm.

At this event we will host:

  • An information session
  • Mental health and farm safety sessions
  • And a cooking demonstration with samples of the food prepared


This event is free and registration is encouraged but not required.

Register here! 


We are inviting current and aspiring BIPOC farmers and farm workers together to connect, learn, and organize together.

About the session: Black, Indigenous and People of Colour (BIPOC) is an acronym used to identify Canadian’s ‘visible minorities’ or people who are victimized by racism and white supremacy due to the colour of their skin. There are important differences between the history and extent of colonialism experienced among the Blacks through slavery; Indigenous people through genocide, and the People of Colour through more recent racist immigration policies. The training and workshop aims to discuss and identify challenges faced by BIPOC in the food production system and seek concrete solutions to overcome them.

The third event will take place in the winter in Miramichi.

If tickets are sold out on eventbrite please contact the organizer more may be available.




577 Hillcrest Drive, Fredericton, NB

577 Hillcrest Drive
Fredericton, New Brunswick E3A 2X8 Canada

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