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Webinar: Against the American Grain – Farms of Change in a Wild Community

May 20, 2021 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm EDT

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Join the Robinia Institute, the Savory Hub in Central Virginia, for a conversation about growing food for humans in a changing climate – enhancing, protecting and preserving the wild landscape and building community in a multi species world. We will discuss emerging young farmer perspectives, who they are, what methods they use and why it matters to all of us.

When a person decides to live on the urban edge, amid the rural valleys and the forests, among the wild things, there is an inherent responsibility to coexist within the space shared with other species of plants and animals. This is not the way of traditional farming and ranching.

Farming and Ranching with the Wild is taking on a responsibility to care for the domestic plants and animals raised and the wild native plants and animals whose space is shared. A community is built that favors the health and well-being of people and animals on both sides of the fence.

These farmers are on opposite sides of the Great Mississippi, one on the northern coast of California the other in middle Virginia. They are among a growing number of young farmers and ranchers that have chosen to regenerate and appreciate the wild lands and the wild life within, whilst raising livestock and growing crops for their community and themselves.


Webinar Bonus!

Throughout the webinar a random drawing will take place giving away 10 copies of Daniel’s book Wild Like Flowers: The Restoration of Relationship Through Regeneration.

All webinar attendees will have the opportunity to receive 25% off the purchase price of an autographed copy of the book Wild Like Flowers: The Restoration of Relationship Through Regeneration.


Robinia Institute
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Timshel Wildland
530 James River Road
Wingina, VA 24599 United States
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