Grab a cup of tea, put your feet up and enjoy!
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As we enter into the late fall, and early winter months. I hope there is time for you to savor the fruits of your labor. We are working hard to bring you some wonderful content for you to listen to during farm chores or read with your feet up and a cup of tea in hand.

We're excited about all of the year's storytelling projects, they are really starting to bear fruit. Building this platform to elevate women's voices in the agricultural conversation has been incredibly rewarding. From images, to essays, to the airwaves. We are working to mindfully expand the platforms. We hope you'll join us and tell your story. Let us know if we can help.

- Team FFP
Audra, Debbie, Greta and Kate
the good daughter: vikki cha
"I wish people understood that no flower, plant, vegetable, or human being is perfect. Everything in life is imperfectly perfect."

guest essay: women inspire, girls empowered
Christabel Afrane of Ghana is not only a farmer with a successful business model that helps lift other women into their own businesses - but she is also the President and Founder of the Kairos Ladies Network, Girls Go Green Project

guest essay: how do we turn all food into love food?
This is a TED-style piece that Mackenze Burkhart wrote and delivered for an event at Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA in December 2016. 

A podcast series that aims to serve as a platform for women to discuss agricultural issues, and give power to the traditional, cultural, and experience-driven knowledge.  



Be Counted: Female Farmers and the 2017 Ag Census

Farm Enterprise: Lentils, Wheat and School Fundraisers 

Balancing Farming and Motherhood: Ellen Rosmann

Stream it, Download it, Subscribe to it on iTunes or Stitcher 

And if you enjoy our content, please rate it and review it (step by step instructions on how to do that) - your rating helps our standing on those platforms. Thank you for your support!

We are looking for the women who are making important change in our food system. 

Is there a farmer you know, that we should know?

Are you a female farmer who has a great story?

We invite you to nominate yourself or a female farmer to be featured, to be a guest on our podcast, or even part of our upcoming documentary film.

If you would like to be a part of our guest essay or q&a series- reply to this email and we'll send out a set of questions or prompts to you! 

Click the link below for the short survey. We are looking forward to hearing from you.

2017 Female Farmer Project Survey
Podcast Tees!
We sold out of our first run! Thank you. We have decided to do a second run and again collaborated with the wonderful Public Market to create a tee that was grown-and-made in the US, supports women-owned and minority-owned businesses -- and us! Public Market is donating a percentage of proceeds to benefit the podcast and help us to keep it ad-free!!

Send us a picture of you sporting your tee - we'd love to see you wearing your FFP Pride! 
Asiyah Kurtz - winner of our tee giveaway!
Food For Thought
What we're reading, watching and listening to:


Last summer Audra taped a segment with Washington Grown on Jackie Cross's farm in Prosser ,WA - it aired on ABC and PBS in Washington State. Video is below - fast forward to the segment at the 16 minute mark. 
The Female Farmer Project segment begins at 16:00
Let's get connected! 
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Women's Work Documentary
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