2021 Planting Seeds of Partnership

“Planting Seeds of Partnership”
April 20-21, 2021

For individuals and organizations who work with and on behalf of migrant, seasonal, temporary, or vulnerable agricultural workers and their families

The conference focuses on leveraging resources to aid in the COVID-19 pandemic and daily struggles faced by farm workers and their families.

Conference Keynotes

Day 1 Agenda

Day 2 Agenda

Day 1
April 20, 2021

Day 2
April 21, 2021

COVID’s Magnifying Glass on Disparities,
Misinformation, & Social Justice

Dr Ali S. Khan, Dean of UNMC
College of Public Health

Farmworker Justice Act and Public Charge

Bruce Goldstein

California COVID-19 Farmworker StudyCOVID-19 Farmworker Study

Dr. Athena Ramos, UNMC College of Public Health

Preparedness and Response for COVID-19 Outbreaks
Among Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers: The
Proteus Model

Dr. Claudia Corwin,
University of Iowa and Proteus

Recommendations for Efficient Roll-Out of COVID-19 Vaccines to FarmworkersRecommendations for efficient roll-out of COVID-19 vaccines to farmworkers

Dr. Joseph Grzywacz, Florida State University and
Southeastern Coastal Center for Agricultural health
and Safety

MEP Education of Migratory ChildrenTitle I, Part C – Eduation of Migratory Students

Migrant Education Program
Sue Henry, Benjamin Zink, & Ita Mendoza

Updated April 21, 2021 10:09am