Join us on February 23rd to celebrate the work of our community’s Black farmers, land stewards, advocates, and leaders! We will break bread, fellowship, rejoice, and collaborate on ways to advance this important work.
Thursday, February 23rd
6pm - 8pm
65 St. James Street, Kingston, NY
Land in Black Hands is an annual conversation organized by the Kingston Land Trust. This year's celebration of Black land tenure will include the breaking of bread with the community as we strategize and establish stronger relationships.
This year's discussion, sponsored by The Hudson Valley Farm Hub, will build off the previous years, by highlighting local and regional community members who are building autonomy and land sovereignty with projects that include backyard gardening, plant-based entrepreneurship, self-healing through a connection with nature, and a regional movement toward secure land tenure for black farmers and land stewards.
The purpose of this event is to uplift Black voices to speak about their experiences and ability to access and steward land. Additionally, we aim to inspire, promote and support utilization of radical solutions and the sharing of resources, challenges, and successes for the autonomy of Black-led land projects.
Free general admission for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) community members. Donations are greatly appreciated!
$25 suggested donation from supporting allies (available after checkout)
* Learn more about sponsorship opportunities here *
Thank you to our event sponsors!