This project attempts to showcase our desire to build relationships across collectives, and “benchmark” with other collectives how they’ve moved through conflict; because we know from our experience that conflict is inevitable in movement spaces, and want to get on the same page about how we can move through this conflict in a generative and sustainable way for long term change in the face of capitalism, colonialism, white supremacy, and ableism.



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This project was developed by the QTBIPOC Cohort of the Young Farmers FRSAN Cultivemos project.


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Cultivemos: QTBIPOC Collectives Zine


This project attempts to showcase our desire to build relationships across collectives, and “benchmark” with other collectives how they’ve moved through conflict; because we know from our experience that conflict is inevitable in movement spaces, and want to get on the same page about how we can move through this conflict in a generative and sustainable way for long term change in the face of capitalism, colonialism, white supremacy, and ableism.

Liberated Lands





Isa Jamira is a garden educator from Mount Vernon, New York. She started urban gardening and farming in 2017 as an environmental studies college intern at Bates College. In college she was hired to manage a 1.6 acre student run farm. She helped name the garden the “PLOT” standing for the literal definition “plot: a small piece of ground marked out for a purpose such as gardening” an acronym “People Learning Outside Together.“ As a full time student, she taught her peers about gardening and assisted harvesting nearly two thousand pounds of produce for the dining hall.

Since graduating, Isa returned home to work independently as a garden educator and has been recognized for her work in Teen Vogue, Slow Food USA, and Yahoo’s In the Know. As an artist, activist, and farmer, the 26-year old creates educational experiences around food and land. Through hosting and facilitating social events, she creates welcoming spaces for people to have fun, learn, and collectively set intentions for a safe and just future. Her work encourages and teaches people to foster a relationship with our Earth by  growing food, using environmentally-friendly technology, composting, volunteering in community, and sharing knowledge.

Isa stopped operating as a sole proprietor, founded Liberated Lands Inc., and acquired an acre of land to grow the first Liberated Lands campus in 2022.



24–09–2024