Three Voices: What Fair Trade Means to FarmersThe program is presented by Oke USA and Red Tomato, with support from Equal Exchange. See also the Federation of Southern Cooperatives Land Assistance Fund.
New England Speakers Tour Oct 23-28, 2006
Monday, Oct 23 Burlington, VT
Tuesday, Oct 24 Tufts University, Medford, MA
Fair Trade Banana Banquet, Haley House, Roxbury, MA
Wednesday, Oct 25 Smith College, Amherst, MA
Thursday, Oct 26 Harvard University, Boston, MA
Friday, Oct 27 Putney, VT
A banana farmer from Ecuador, a watermelon and vegetable farmer from Georgia, and an apple grower from New England may seem worlds apart, but they share common challenges as small farmers trying to make it in a global food system.
Join us for this rare opportunity to hear three real-life farmers from three very different farms talk about their struggles to stay on the land, their experiences in the market, and the impact of consumer support for fair trade and family farms. The program will tour New England Oct. 22-28, 2006, and is presented by Oke USA and Red Tomato, with support from Equal Exchange.
Celebrate this ‘fair trade fruit salad’ with fresh fruit tastings, fair trade chocolate fondue, tossed together with the provocative and inspiring stories of three farmers.
Friday, October 06, 2006
Touring New England -- "Three voices: what fair trade means to farmers"
If you live in New England and would be interested to hear about fair trade principles from farmers around the world, see the Red Tomato news page:
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