Supporting the Next Generation of Somali American Farmers with Naima Dhore
On this week’s episode of The Rural Woman Podcast, you’ll meet Naima Dhore. Naima is a first-generation farmer, activist and educator committed to look after mother earth and community building. She is the Program Director at Somali American Farmers Association and owner of Naima’s Farm LLC, where she supports the next generation of Somali American farmers. Naima is passionate about organic farming and inspiring young people to become future farmers, specifically people from immigrant communities in Minnesota.
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Review of The Week
Inspiring and thoughtful
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Thank you to this week’s sponsor: Alison Weaver – Her Story
Alison Weaver of Alison Weaver – Her Story, along with her team have created Navigate. Navigate is a day planner for women in agriculture and rural women.
Alison loved day planners, making lists and journals. She has always been searching for a planner that would incorporate every aspect of her life on the farm housed in one place. After sharing the idea of creating a planner of my own with her daughter, they created Navigate.
Navigate has everything from weekly planning, journaling, record keeping, and agricultural/household resources. Navigate will be a great tool for your toolbox.
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