Female Founders Speakers Series: Starting a Farm
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Agriculture may be our state’s our oldest and most-loved industry…but that doesn’t mean we know all the answers. What does it take to start a farm in Vermont? Join this event to hear stories and insight from a new generation of Vermont farmers (who have started their farms within the last two years), all while navigating a global pandemic.
Meet the Speakers:
Gabby Tuite, co-founder of Old Road Farm, Granville
Brooke Giard, founder of June Farm, Burlington
Rose Thackeray, co-founder of Union Brook Farm, Northfield
Amber Skye Arnold, co-steward of SUSU CommUNITY Farm, Brattleboro
- When: Monday, January 11th, 5-6:30pm EST
- Where: CrowdCast
- This event is FREE
- The first 30 people to RSVP (and ATTEND!) the event will get a LIMITED EDITION Female Founders tote to haul all of your hopes, dreams, and feminist literature around with you.
Where it all started:
VCET and Hotel Vermont co-founded the Female Founders Speaker Series in 2016. Celebrating female entrepreneurs from around the state, the series aims to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up. Each speaker shares the story of their business, including what it took to get started, lessons they’ve learned, and where they hope to go in the future.