The Environmental Professionals Network (EPN) hosted its latest monthly program on Oct. 12 to learn from Black farmers, and about opportunities and challenges that exist for growing and enhancing connections to the land through agriculture and other regenerative land and community practices, including for youth of color. In addition, leaders from Ohio’s two land-grant institutions, Central State and Ohio State, shared about their efforts through Extension, engineering, and agricultural sciences to improve opportunities for Black farmers in Ohio. The program was moderated by CFAES Alumni Society Board President Yolanda Owens ’07.
Please see the recording of the program below.
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