WOMEN WHO DIG:
FARMING, FEMINISM AND THE FIGHT TO FEED THE WORLD
PEACE RIVER, CANADA
Trina Moyles is an award winning, Canadian-based author, freelance writer and photographer, and human rights activist. For over a decade, Moyles has worked with grassroots organizations to support rural development and food sovereignty initiatives in Latin America, the Caribbean, East Africa, and Canada. Moyles is the author of Women Who Dig: Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World (2018), published by the University of Regina Press. Her writing focuses on the intersection of sustainable agriculture and feminism, exploring how issues of climate change, gender-based violence, and global economics impact on women's contributions to global food production. Moyles's work has been widely published in The Globe and Mail, The Walrus, Reader's Digest, and Permaculture Magazine.