Food Worker-Entrepreneur Field Guide - to support the goal of centering BIPOC working in food and building a more inclusive food economy through the production of a print and video field guide for food worker-entrepreneurs in the Los Angeles region.
Voices of North St. Louis - to support a project that amplifies the voices of north St. Louis community members, and a Black farmer zine that helps community members connect with and support local Black farmers.
Elevating our Community Voices through Digital Storytelling - to support a digital storytelling project that aims to amplify the stories and lived experiences of marginalized and underserved Black immigrant gardeners and community members in Baltimore County.
Black Farmers Thriving - to support a strategic, cross-platform, and multi-stakeholder communications strategy that increases the Fund’s visibility and shifts narratives about Black farmers towards abundance and thriving on land.
Center for Mississippi Food Systems
MS Food Futures: BIPOC led, BIPOC determined - to support the development and implementation of a culturally-appropriate communications strategy that supports BIPOC-led food systems transformation in the Delta, Coastal, Central & Choctaw regions of Mississippi.
Farmworker Living Wage and Climate Resiliency Campaign - to support communication strategies that support organizing farmworkers to win livable wages in the agricultural sector, strengthen safety nets, particularly for immigrant workers, and to draw investment from state and local government agencies to support farmworkers in exercising their rights and reporting labor violations.
Sicangu Chapter of Dakota Rural Action - to support organizing a new geographic chapter in Mission, SD on the Rosebud Reservation utilizing sophisticated communication and data tools database and GIS mapping.
Grow Food, Not Prisons! Cultivating narrative strategies for abolitionist food justice - to support the development of narrative strategies for base building and coalition building at the intersection of prison abolition and food justice.
Voices of the Land: Moʻolelo of Reclamation, Resistance, and Resurgence - to support the rehabilitation of indigenous Native Hawaiian fishpond aquaculture and fisheries through land-based storytelling and calls for collective action.
Narrative Weaving in the Chihuahuan Desert: Organizing Storytellers to Shift Power - to accelerate the articulation of shared narratives that reaffirm community-based efforts to re-indigenize foodways and counter harmful narratives of the Paso del Norte region’s land, plants, and people.
Lakeshore Flavor Community Listening Sessions Project - to support six community listening session events to highlight inequities impacting Black, Brown, Women-Owned, low- and low-income urban farmers and food businesses in Muskegon County.
Enabling Growth and Power for California’s BIPOC Farmers and Communities - to support communications efforts to grow and disseminate the life stories, accomplishments, and power within the land-based efforts of the BIPOC communities it serves.
Sicangu Co Podcast Studio - to support the build out of an in-house podcast studio to increase the Siċaŋġu Lak̇ota nation’s communication capabilities in the broader food sovereignty movement both locally and regionally.
Creating an Online Space to Amplify our Work, and Propagate our Values - to support the redesign and upgrade of the organizational website, a key point of communication for current/prospective farmer members and funders, and to amplify Black agrarian values in the agricultural landscape at large.