Former Ph.D. student Jaclyn Wypler is featured in the article, “Radishes and rainbows: the LGBTQ growers reimagining the traditional family farm”

The article details how the current fight for diversity and inclusion in farming culture echoes the womyn’s land movement from the 60s and 70s. Great work Jac!

Current Ph.D. student, Sarah Janes Ugoretz, who has been working for the last couple of years with Not Our Farm, is also mentioned in the article.

Read article here!