[Online]: 30 Mar—Julius Tillery—From Modern Agriculture to Black Cotton

Agriculture Tillery Family Farm

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Looking to make an impact and increase economic prosperity in your community? Or, are you an agribusiness advocate interested in working with and supporting black farmers who are innovating in agriculture? Join us to learn from fifth generation farmer, Julius Tillery, Founder of Black Cotton as he shares his experiences in the expanding roles of farmer, founder and community builder. Julius is seeking to boost economic outcomes for the people in his community through his business, Black Cotton, and is working to rekindle and revitalize a new generation of black farmers.

Agenda

5:00-5:10 Log on using link provided in your Meet Up messages, Chat Introductions

5:10 Speaker Intro

5:15- 5:55 Speaker:

***Julius Tillery
Farmer
Founder, Black Cotton
NC State Coordinator Black Family Land Trust

Title: ‘ From Modern Agriculture to Black Cotton ‘

5:55-6:15 Questions and Remote Networking

5:15 Meeting End

 

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