Ujima Jam Sessions are farmer-focused engagements that are virtual or in-person and focused on: sharing information (guest speakers), sharing resources, learning together, and helping each other out on our farms (think all-hands work days, with refreshments and/or on-farm demos from experts).
Launched in 2022 as peer learning circles to better meet the needs of Black and other underserved beginning farmers in Future Harvest's Beginning Farmer Training Program, Ujima Jams are now a farmer-led initiative supported by OurSpace.
A new offering beginning in Spring 2023 is "Sip & Seed", an effort to encourage small groups of Black & Brown folk to make time to get together, check in with each other, and explore ways we can support each other's efforts. Scroll down to learn more!
* 9/9: "Scoop! There It Is" Ujima Jam @ A Heart 4 People Farm (MD) >>POSTPONED<<
* 9/24: Ujima Jam @
Tayman Field (MD)
January 31, 2023
Getting Revved-Up for Spring Farming
Mr. & Mrs. Roberson (Botanical Bites & Provisions, LLC)
February 9, 2023
Black Farmer Collective Organizing: A Panacea to Food Sovereignty
February 15, 2023
Afrofuturism Powered by Cannabis ™
Tre'Von Dorsey ( )
April 27, 2023
Farmer Wellness Check
Baba Kwabena ( )