Centering Workers on Farms

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Centering Workers on Farms

January 10 @ 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm


Join the Maine Organic Farmers and Gardeners Association and the National Agriculture Apprenticeship Learning Network for a virtual 5 part labor management series designed for farmers that employ workers or host apprentices. This series centers farm workers’ stories and guides farm managers through crucial aspects of managing including communication, building inclusive workplace cultures, and empowering your staff. Registration is free and open to all. Attend only a few or all of the workshops in the series. Please register here and direct any questions about the series to Beginning Farmer Program Specialist, Bo Dennis at [email protected].

Centering Workers on Farms 

With Not Our Farm

To kick off MOFGA’s labor management series, this workshop will consist of multiple opportunities for us all to reflect on and discuss the absolute necessity of centering workers in all aspects of our farming operations. We will approach this through the lens of human resources (interviews, onboarding, working training) and by hearing conversations and insights from experienced career farmers who have spent many years working on farms not their own. Join us for what is sure to be a vibrant, joyful and educational workshop that will benefit any operation.

Not Our Farm is a worker visibility and support project that seeks to amplify the voices and experiences of workers on farms not their own. Visit where you can read stories from workers all over the United States, and get a copy of our worker zine – a guide to working on farms, for workers by workers.




January 10


3:00 pm - 6:00 pm




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