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Earthseed Land Collective: Farmers of Color Create Space for Collective Living & Liberation on the Land

Earthseed Land Collective:  Farmers of Color Create Space for Collective Living & Liberation on the Land

The Earthseed Land Collective was formally established in 2012 by a group of black and brown farmers and social justice organizers. All in their 30s and early 40s at the time of its founding, the group currently includes seven founding members. Over the past decade, they have sought to establish a stable land base for their families and an equally grounded, self-sustaining, and welcoming hub for community building, particularly among farmers of color and food justice advocates…

POSITION FILLED: FaithLands Project Coordinator for Eastern North Carolina (Apply by Feb 1st, 2019)

POSITION FILLED: FaithLands Project Coordinator for Eastern North Carolina (Apply by Feb 1st, 2019)

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.