On Sunday, December 19th, the Clemmons Family Farm invites us to join a Kwanzaa Storytelling event via Zoom.
On Thursday September 30, the Clemmons Family Farm in Charlotte was the setting for the announcement of a $6 million gift to support diversification of farm ownership in Vermont.
After an initial period of silence, community members are coming forward in support of Lydia Clemmons and the Clemmons Family Farm, with one notable exception: the town itself.
Left to right: Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees and Mikahely Rakuto Rozafy. Photo by Chol DhoorHaving connected at the VT African Diaspora Artists’ Summit at the Clemmons Farm earlier this summer, Kaylynn Sullivan TwoTrees of Hinesburg and Mikahely Rakuto Rozafy (Mika) of Burlington have embarked on a collaboration that joins her visual artistry with his musical scoring to explore vocables as the language of our shared consciousness.
Acclaimed classical Violist Ashleigh Gordon will be an artist-in-residence at the Clemmons Family Farm in August. Gordon will offer two family-friendly classical musical events showcasing Black history.