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Farm Transitions: The Power of Outreach | Farmer Outreach Training

May 21 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Farmers often see vegans as a problem, can we rebrand ourselves as part of the solution?

This workshop is geared toward animal advocates who want to help make a difference by outreaching farmers to help them leave animal agriculture. By the end of this workshop, you will have more knowledge about farm transitions in general, farmers’ struggles, and how to speak with farmers and those concerned about farmer livelihoods.

This interactive training is approximately 2 hours.

It’s free! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/623604577077

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In this training you will learn:
– What farm transitions are and why they’re important
– About farm transition success stories
– How to effectively outreach farmers
– What resources are available to help farmers transition
– How to speak with members of the public about farm transitions
– How to utilize social media to speak with farmers & industry workers

Farm Transition Academy is working to help animal farmers & industry workers transition to alternative forms of income. FTA specializes in training animal advocates in farmer outreach.

Meet The Facilitators:
Kennedy Little has always had a deep connection to agriculture and uses her past experiences with it to push for more sustainable and ethical ways to farm and advocate for effective change. She is also a college student majoring in Pre-Law and Agribusiness.

Meira Geyser is an animal advocate & the founder of Tikvah For Animals. She focuses on outreaching animal farmers to help change the food system. She studies Communications at Reichman University with the goal of applying her degree to the fight for animal freedom.

Tati von Rheinbaben is the project manager at the animal rights organization Surge and is actively involved with the German farm transition group BeVeLa. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Molecular Biology and a Master’s degree in Environmental Engineering and Science.


May 21
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm




We The Free
Farm Transition Academy