We are proud to report that we raised $324,000 in just over one month to support the Little Jubba Central Maine Agrarian Commons in the acquisition of a 107 acre organic farm in Wales, Maine. Once acquired by the Agrarian Commons, this land will be conveyed to the Somali Bantu Community Association via a 99+ year rolling lease that will provide land access and tenure to over 180 Somali Bantu families. This project is demonstrating a tremendous display of support for transformation in land ownership, tenure and equity.
The recent uprisings are shaking the world. We are again at a tipping point that is a long time coming. Just as it always has, it will require not only weeks, months, or years of protest but decades and centuries of
It is with great excitement that we share with you that after several years of development, collaboration, and life times worth of vision from many people, the Agrarian Commons model has launched! Ten states have filed for legal incorporation of
Agrarian Commons farms, which operate under the joint stewardship of farmers across a community, focus on farming techniques that preserve the land and create a reliable source of product.
The Agrarian Trust aims to help farmers access land and stay on it, while fostering a system of community supported, environmentally sustainable agriculture.
From the geek perspective, growing more and better food looks like a technology optimization problem. But to be honest, it’s at least as much of an ownership problem.
One of the most important gifts we can pass on to future generations is the reconnection to agrarian heritage and sustainable agricultural practices.
Driving Dispossession: The Global Push to “Unlock the Economic Potential of Land,” sounds the alarm on the unprecedented wave of privatization of natural resources that is underway around the world. Through six case studies—Ukraine, Zambia, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Sri Lanka,
The Little Jubba Central Maine AC found their dream farm (107 acres in Maine). Agrarian Trust is now fundraising to make this farmland purchase possible.
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