Media & Past Events

Past Events

Natasha’s keynotes are filled with candid, heartwarming and inspirational stories from farms on Navajo land to farms of the Gullah Islands. Natasha encourages her audiences to dig deep into the stories she shares and the important messages they carry for the food movement. Her talks are relevant not only to other farmers and food activists but speak to anyone who eats. You will come to the table with new understanding and appreciation for the intersections between race, food, culture, history and today’s broken food system.

Past Events


Grist  2010  –     The Color of Food  article series: In search of black and Latino farmers in the sustainable food movement Hitting the Big Apple’s food-justice buffet Peeling back the skin of Detroit Postcard from the first annual Black Farmers and Urban Gardeners Conference Chicago has got it growing on Brightening up the dark farming history of the Sunshine State

I have been fortunate to connect with audiences all over the country, a few are: