Youth C.R.A.F.T Days are modeled after the Collaborative Regional Alliance for Farmer Training which aims to increase educational opportunities for apprentices through on-farm learning experiences.  Youth CRAFT Days are intended to build relationships and collaboration between youth food justice organizations and learn from experienced practitioners.  Youth CRAFT Days are hosted by participating youth organizations and by other partners providing relevant training.  These half-day experiences provide leadership opportunities for the youth hosts and give participants a broader view of the food-justice movement.

– 2019 Craft Day Schedule will be posted soon !

 Would you like to host a Youth C.R.A.F.T Day?

Host organizations receive a stipend to cover refreshments and supplies, and can expect 20-50 participants depending on the schedule and your capacity.  The season for Youth C.R.A.F.T Days is April-October, and this year we’ll hold our annual summit in October. Youth C.R.A.F.T Days may be held weekdays and Saturdays.
If you are interested in hosting please fill out the CRAFT Day Proposal Form .
This is a skill sharing and learning experience. Please ensure that your proposals reflect such requirements. Submit an agenda, after completing your proposal form, to theyfjn@gmail.com for further selection.

Upcoming C.R.A.F.T. Days

Red Hook Farms  June 28,2019, 1:30pm-4pm       RSVP NOW

 

Rockaway Youth Task Force July 18, 2019, 12pm-4pm

 


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If you would like to attend a Youth C.R.A.F.T Day Sign Up Here

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