Slow Food DFW Offers Farm Scholarships to Texas Organic Farmers and Gardeners Virtual Conference
Updated: Dec 10, 2020
Slow Food DFW is offering 10 scholarships for North Texas farmer/ranchers that sells in the DFW market to attend the 2021 TOFGA Conference Virtual presentations and roundtables from January 5-February 25 on T and TH evenings. This conference focuses on education and advocacy for Texas farmers, ranchers, and gardeners who practice organic and sustainable measures. Being virtual - speakers and participants will be from a larger range and will gather to share and learn about sustainable practices in farming, share in local farm food, build stronger food justice for markets/businesses farms. For additional information about the conference, please visit the TOFGA Website.
The scholarships will cover the registration for the virtual conference which will include access to presentations for up to a year. Applications for scholarship are now being accepted now through December 31 at 5pm. The scholarship recipients will be contacted directly by Slow Food DFW within a few days of deadline.
Slow Food DFW encourages all farms, ranches and food advocates to be a member of Slow Food USA, however it is not a requirement to apply. Slow Food is a food movement that advocates for Good, Clean and Fair Food for All. Please subscribe for Slow Food DFW e-newletter to stay current on local events and activities and connections.