Reimagine farming and food justice for all.
A WAC in-person event
Picture a small farm in a big city dedicated to growing food, fostering relationships, and cultivating the next generation of able gardeners and healthy eaters. Spend a summer evening on the farm with Nyema Clark, an inspiring black female entrepreneur who founded and serves as Executive Director of Nurturing Roots. She’ll share her story that brought forth the vision for this Beacon Hill working farm to promote awareness about food and enriching underserved communities. Tour the gardens, pet some chickens, and enjoy light snacks and beverages.
About Nurturing Roots & Nyema Clark
Founded in 2016 by Nyema Clark, Nurturing Roots is an urban working farm and community program that values self-sufficiency, food empowerment, and education. Clark hosts workshops ranging from germination to systemic food oppression, participating on panels and lectures to raise awareness of food injustice in minority communities. Since its establishment, Nurturing Roots has brought the community together by providing volunteer opportunities, hosting various events, and partnering with local restaurants.
6–7:30 pm; $30 per person; noncancelable. COVID-19 safety protocols will be in place.
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