inside & outreach

the resilient, the underserved, the ready-to-serve, the resources

What you’ll find here: Resources, organizations & initiatives led by and for farming communities, tribal nations, youth and prominent figures in ag research, tech and practice. Stories from multi-generational farmers, BIPOC producers, indigenous chefs, migrant farmworkers & their respective families, children and champions.

As you explore the media throughout each section, you’ll find links to point you toward deeper dives, collaborators and calls to action.

Down the line, you’ll hear from our own network of writers & journalists, educators & innovators, illustrators & content creators building powerful narratives to move people toward environmental, agricultural and social justice awareness as we equip our underrepresented neighbors with hope and support.

Farming as New Americans

Struggles and successes of migrant, immigrant & refugee farmers from around the world planting new roots in U.S. soil. Supportive organizations and movements geared toward improving their quality of life in America and in agriculture.

Rural & Tribal Communities

Resources for rural and tribal communities, our neighbors most closely tied to the land and most immediately impacted by how it is used, misused and used up. Stories and efforts of these often overlooked groups fighting to preserve both land and culture.

Transfers, Transitions & Reparations

Exploring the opportunities, initiatives and discussions encircling the passing on- and sharing of land among different generations, communities and individuals, and in response to deeply rooted histories.

Farm to Institution

The growing and evolving farm-t0-institution movement has many faces and is occurring across the states. Improving food access, options and nutrition throughout schools, hospitals, prisons and beyond. Connecting people to their producers. Building healthier communities for all.

To and From the Sea

Straight from the dock:
Boat-to-Institution initiatives, Community Supported Fisheries, supporting small-scale fishermen and women, sustainable aquaculture, food access and cultural preservation among Indigenous communities.

AAPI in Ag

Hub for Asian American & Pacific Islander farmers, food producers, ag tech innovators and supportive organizations. Includes a directory for AAPI-operated farms throughout the U.S.

Children of Farmworkers

Articles, stories, artwork by- and about the children of migrant farmworkers in the U.S., including those who have joined the hundreds of thousands of young laborers whose faces and voices have been hidden throughout our country’s fields.

Sisters in the Field

Farmworker women, sisters in the field. Women-led organizations, grants and supportive networks, empowering all women in agriculture, foodways and land stewardship.
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