Rachel MyslivyRachel Myslivy is a Program Director for the Climate + Energy Project where she directs the Water + Energy Progress initiative. Rachel is a co-founder of the Kansas Women’s Environmental Network, co-chair of the St. John School Green Team (2013 Green School of the Year), an active member of LETUS and a recipient of the 2013 KU Sustainability Leadership Award. Rachel holds an MA in Religious Studies and a Graduate Certificate in Environmental Studies from KU. Her research focuses on the intersection of religion and ecology as seen in religious communities in Kansas. Rachel lives with her family on a diversified farm in Jefferson county. As a proud mother of two strong young women, Rachel is personally driven by the goal of leaving the world a better place for her daughters and all future generations.

Rachel Myslivy will be presenting the following on Friday:

1:15 p.m. Family Farm Advocacy Training – Building Personal Relationships with Legislators & Promoting a Proactive Discussion of the Issues
Family farm advocate panelists: Ed Reznicek, Mary Fund, Linda Hessman, and Rachel Myslivy
Kansas Family Farm & Food Advocacy Day will feature a local foods legislative breakfast, family farm advocates rally, and visits with members of the Kansas Legislature during the 2015 Kansas Legislative Session in Topeka. Learn the importance of being an advocate for family farming, strategies that work, and how to build personal relationships between members and legislators, while promoting a proactive discussion of the issues.

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