The MOSES Rural Women’s and the In Her Boots workshop series serve as a venue to champion the story of women in sustainable farming in the media. If you are a member of the media interested in connecting with a women farmer in sustainable agriculture for an interview, please contact Lisa Kivirist.
Women Landowners Share their Stories in New Videos
A new series of videos gives voice to Iowa women who face daunting challenges as landowners. Part of "Women Caring for the Land" project that the MOSES Rural Women's Project is a partner with the Women, Food & Agriculture Network (WFAN). Featuring WFAN Executive Director Leigh Adcock who will be speaking at the 2013 MOSES Organic Farming Conference.
Power CoupleSeptember 2012 Wisconsin Trails interviews Rural Women's Project Director and her husband on their sustainable lifestyle choices including thier 100-mile diet and thier on farm bed and breakfast.
Number of WI Women Owning Farms Increasing RapidlyAugust 2012
Lisa Kivirist, who directs the MOSES Rural Women's Project, talks with Tim Morrissey of Wisconsin Public News Service about how the In Her Boots and Women Caring for the Land workshops create networking opportunities for the growing number of women farmers.
NBC-15: Women in Farming with Lisa Kivirist (MOSES Rural Women's Project) & Erin Schneider (Hilltop Community Farm): July 2012
Willy Street Co-op Reader: July 2011
“In Her Boots: Sustainable Farming For Women, By Women
July 24th workshop supports women transforming our food system”
By Lisa Kivirist, Willy Street Co-Op Owner and Rural Women’s Project Director, Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES)
June 30, 2011