Raynise Kelly

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Home Is Where the Heart Is

Beltzhoover Neighborhood Council lot with raised beds. Planted and harvested by community members. Everyone knows the blue building.

Colors on a Cloudy Day

Colors on a Cloudy Day

Seeing this artwork in a place that some assume isn't safe shows me there is always more than what meets the eye.

Perennial Spaces

Perennial Spaces

Often overlooked or just written off as unattended weeds, but perennials have a reoccuring beauty that takes time - you will eventually see!

When Family Traditions and Practices are Passed On Bhutanese families work dilligently to farm in these spaces, growing wonderful crops of many different varieties.

Start somewhere, as long as you start now!

If I Grew Up on a Farm

If I Grew Up on a Farm

I imagine this is what my farm would look like! Not just this one picture, but all of them. All of these places, spaces, techniques, traditions also influence me to wonder… What if I had access to land to farm? What if my ancestors were able to pass down traditions of survival? What if I were a farmer? Beltzhoover showed me I can still be that farmer I never knew about!

Not Just a Blue Building

Not Just a Blue Building

Art by Camron Camo

A Blank Canvas

A Blank Canvas

The Beginning of Something Great

All images, titles, and captions © Raynise Kelly | 2019 | The Female Farmer Photovoice Project

The Female Farmer Photovoice Project

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This project is based upon work supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture,
through the Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program under subaward number GNE18-190-32231 
and is made possible with support from the Pennsylvania Women’s Agricultural Network (PA-WAgN).

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