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Celebrating the Women Transforming Agriculture

March is Women’s History Month and we’re celebrating, honoring, and recognizing  the women: legislators; chefs; farmers; ranchers; producers; and advocates, creating a more sustainable and just food and farming system. 

That includes our own Director of Agriculture and Food Systems, Kendra Kimbirauskas, who regeneratively farms 70 acres in Scio, Oregon on Kalapuya land.


Share your appreciation for female farmers by downloading and sharing this graphic on your platform and check out the stories of some of the female farmers, ranchers, producers and advocates transforming our food system. 


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ICYMI – Here’s a selection of news, articles, poems, songs, and projects featuring the impact of women, Black, Indigenous, women of color, trans women, and queer persons in agriculture. 

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The Cohort for Rural Opportunity and Prosperity (CROP) serves as a virtually convening space for legislators who are working on policies that promote healthy and thriving rural communities through ecologically and socially-responsible agriculture and local, direct-market food systems.