We envision a vibrant community farm, a model of shared governance and co-stewardship that helps restore community resilience.
We envision a space for the sharing of knowledge in agro-ecology, food sovereignty, and how to grow and prepare healthy food; a forum for popular and community-based education.
We envision a thriving ecology that reconnects humans to the sacred web of relationship that sustains culture and ways of life.
We envision a community where all people have equitable and affordable access to healthy food, rooted in principles of sharing and solidarity economies.
We struggle in coalition with food sovereignty organizations and movements locally, nationally, and internationally.
we envision the return of land to its rightful stewards, practicing rematriation and reparations as modes of collective healing, and community-based land stewardship rooted in right relationship with poor, Black, Indigenous, unhoused, and landless peoples of the world.
Interested in Joining Our Community?
The farm has reopened to walk-in volunteers. To get the most out of your volunteer experience, we recommend you sign up for a regular weekly time slot via our volunteer interest form.
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