This class is an introduction to regenerative agriculture and how it can create pathways to more sustainable and equitable fiber systems. In partnership with Fibershed, Teju Adisa-Farrar looks at their approach to regenerative agriculture and how it transforms apparel supply chains.
Teju is a Jamaican-American writer, poet and geographer. Her focus is on contemporary and historical Black geographies as they relate to the environment, urban ecologies and culture. Having lived in 7 different countries, Teju uses a transnational lens that is informed by history, art and activism. Her work supports developing alternatives, creating infrastructure for regenerative projects, and participating in co-creation. She advocates for and speaks about environmental and climate justice focusing on urban areas, communities of color, and postcolonial populations.
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