Our work to build resilience through land transformation relies on strong relationships, and we are grateful to be in community with each of you. We hope that you’ll share this work with your networks and stay engaged to help us tell these powerful stories.
We’re thrilled to welcome Robin Emmons to our team as our National FaithLands Coordinator, a coalition-led initiative that supports faith communities in making lands available for sustainable, agroecological farming, especially to those in society marginalized by virtue of class, race,
Are you a faith leader with experience in conservation? Are you active in your local rural, farming community? Do you long to bring your expertise in divinity and land protection together? If you answered “yes” to all or some of
We hope to see you at one of these upcoming events! Our team and advisors will be at workshops, conferences, gatherings and more over the next 30 days in the following states: Colorado North Carolina Maine Massachusetts New Hampshire We
To get our full newsletter, including exclusives for subscribers, visit: agrariantrust.org/subscribe Spring 2019 Newsletter Highlights First and foremost, please join us in welcoming Josie Walker to our team! Josie is now our Eastern North Carolina Project Coordinator for FaithLands, a
FaithLands, through its fiscal sponsor Agrarian Trust, seeks to hire a part-time project coordinator to initiate, organize, and coordinate the FaithLands work in eastern North Carolina. The mission of FaithLands is to support faith communities in making lands available for sustainable, agroecological farming, especially to those in society marginalized by virtue of class, race, gender, economic status, and other factors. This FaithLands initiative in eastern NC is being led by a coalition of groups including F.A.R.M.S., The Conservation Fund, Agrarian Trust, and the Presbyterian Hunger Program.
How do we cooperatively own and steward land for food sovereignty, soil and ecosystem health, community benefit, service to the watershed, and more? Agrarian Trust’s proposed method is a new form (legal, cultural, and financial) of land ownership to support land access for the next generation of farmers, and we make the path by walking it.