Friday – Saturday, Nov. 2 – 3, 2018
Holiday Inn Downtown, Des Moines, IA
WFAN’s mission is to engage women in building an ecological and just food and agricultural system through individual and community power. Our members work every day to fulfill a vision for a food system that supports farmers, eaters, and the environment.
This two-day annual conference is our opportunity to learn from our diverse peers, build a stronger network, and foster connections for long-lasting change. The conference will feature women in our network through regional field tours; day-long intensives; a farm-to-table dinner; art + story gallery featuring work by women farmers; creative community building; and workshops.
Aleya Fraser is a returning generation farmer from Baltimore, MD. She has been farming for the last 5 years on the ancestral lands of Harriet Tubman on the Eastern Shore of Maryland where she grew a variety of fruits and vegetables for market and saved seeds for future generations on the farm that she co founded named Black Dirt Farm.
Please visit often as we will be adding deadlines and updates throughout the next few months.