with Teju Adisa-Farrar
Part of the Series:
From Food to Fashion
in partnership with
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.