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Tory Field

Tory Field

Tory Field is an organizer and farmer living in Hadley, Massachusetts, and co-coordinates the Harvesting Justice project at Other Worlds. Together with her partner, she runs Next Barn Over Farm, a 30-acre CSA vegetable farm. In recent years she has been a community organizer with Arise for Social Justice in Springfield, MA, and coordinator of a weekly program for incarcerated women and their daughters in Rhode Island.

Other articles by this author

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Bringing the Food Home: Local Food and Agricultural Systems

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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From Field to Table: Rights for Workers in the Food Supply Chain

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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A Penny a Pound, Plus Power: The Coalition of Immokalee Workers Changes History

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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We Have a Dream: Farmworkers Organize for Justice

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

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Seeds of Change: Shifting National Agricultural Policies

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series
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Tory Field

Tory Field

Tory Field is an organizer and farmer living in Hadley, Massachusetts, and co-coordinates the Harvesting Justice project at Other Worlds. Together with her partner, she runs Next Barn Over Farm, a 30-acre CSA vegetable farm. In recent years she has been a community organizer with Arise for Social Justice in Springfield, MA, and coordinator of a weekly program for incarcerated women and their daughters in Rhode Island.

Other articles by this author

2013 0526hj cat

Bringing the Food Home: Local Food and Agricultural Systems

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

2013.05.19 Foodchain workers thumb

From Field to Table: Rights for Workers in the Food Supply Chain

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

2013 0512ha cat

A Penny a Pound, Plus Power: The Coalition of Immokalee Workers Changes History

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

2013 0505o cat

We Have a Dream: Farmworkers Organize for Justice

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series

Subsidies - thumb

Seeds of Change: Shifting National Agricultural Policies

By Tory Field and Beverly Bell, Other Worlds | Harvesting Justice Series
Other archived articles by this author
Page 2 of 2