This comprehensive guide covers everything you need to know about succession planning for your family farm or ranch. You can jump to the sections most relevant to you using the links below, or you can download this guide for future reference. (link)
This is a brief guide for Resource Generation members and other folks with access to land to support in education and resource sharing around land reparations. We hope these resources can support us in taking collective action towards land repatriation to Indigenous people in the ongoing struggle against colonization. This is not a comprehensive guide, but rather a starting point. (link)
Annual 21 day program to support people in learning, expanding knowledge, and charting a course of action to dismantle racism in our food system and in our world. (link)
This 3-year farmer incubator program seeks to support farmers of color in the Pacific Northwest to launch their own agricultural businesses and to be a part of the creation of a farmer of color cooperative. We have partnered with Oregon Food Bank and received the USDA NIFA grant (National Institute of Food and Agriculture) for this project.” *Note: not currently taking applications as of February 2021 (link)
A resource for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color who grow and provide food for their local communities in Idaho, Oregon and Washington. (link)
Friends of Family Farmers provides these resources solely for educational purposes. Friends of Family Farmers neither favors nor endorses any of the organizations listed on this website, nor are they responsible for any incorrect information that is listed on the hyperlinked external sites.