WFAN is a community of women in sustainable agriculture.
Our mission is to engage women in building an ecological and just food and agricultural system through individual and community power. Read More.
by Becca Vasquez It was there on my late grandfather’s rented garden plot in Burlington, IA, where I harvested my first vegetable. I remember running between the corn rows with my cousins and brother, playfully tossing dirt clods at each other, and eating freshly picked cucumbers with salt, chile and lemon. This vivid childhood memory… Continue Reading
Shea Velez-Westphal remembers moving to Iowa from southern California when she was six years old. Her family lived on her grandfather’s farm. When she first arrived, Shea said she didn’t like the taste of the water, the smell of the livestock, or being out in the country. It was a completely different environment from the… Continue Reading
by Ash Bruxvoort, WFAN Communications Coordinator and 2018 Conference Coordinator “I did what I needed to do for my community and my family. What I did may not look like what your community needs. I know it’s a cliché, but one person can make a difference. You have to believe that it’s you, not somebody… Continue Reading
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