Reminder to register for this free event!
FaithLands is a growing national movement to connect and inspire faith communities to use their land in new ways that promote ecological and human health, support local food and farming, enact reparative justice, and strengthen communities.
November 4th beginning at 10:00 am and ending at 3:00 pm.
Learn more about
- FaithLands https://agrariantrust.org/faithlands/
- Eastern NC Pilot Project https://agrariantrust.org/faithlands/eastern-nc-faithlands-pilot-project/
- Introduce churches and other faith communities to FaithLands and its Eastern NC Pilot Project
- Highlight examples of farmers growing on church-owned land
- Share information about the specifics of a church land/farmer relationship
- Facilitate regional connections between congregations and small farms
We will have a keynote speech by Rev. Dr. Heber Brown of the Black Church Food Security Network and Pleasant Hope Baptist Church in Baltimore, MD. There will also be a panel discussion about using church land and agriculture, and breakout sessions where you can go into more detail about the legal aspects of land partnerships, agrarian theology, resources to aid in the partnering process.
The workshop will be held in the Farm Bureau Room at Perry Memorial Library, with parking adjacent to the facility.
To register for this event, you are encouraged to use this link: