The Justice for Black Farmers Act will address and correct USDA discrimination and take bold steps to forgive debt and restore the land that has been lost in order to empower a new generation of Black farmers to succeed and thrive.
“Our Regenerative Agriculture Program provides aspiring and existing Latino immigrant farmers and gardeners with the training and skills necessary to grow produce using regenerative methods and to successfully market their produce” (link)
Our mission is to empower farmworkers and working Latinx families in Oregon by building community, increasing Latinx representation in elections, and policy advocacy on both the national and state levels. (link)
Rodale Institute, in partnership with Organic Farmers Association, offers a micro-grant program specifically targeted to support small-scale BIPOC farmers, whether organic, transitioning to organic, or an aspiring organic farmer. (link)
Navigation & Assessment: Individualized consulting that assesses business needs, identifies available resources, and provides support to build your business foundations. Workshops & classes offered in English & Spanish. Staff is multilingual. (link)
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)
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