Join us October 17th for an evening of food and wine under the harvest moon benefiting Woman and BIPOC owned farms. Acclaimed chefs Clark Staub and Jill Davie of Full of Life Flatbread in Los Alamos are creating a delectable farm to table feast of local ingredients. Master mixologist Laura Ann Masura will be helping us glow a bit brighter under the moonlight with creative farm to glass concoctions.

The Farm Fund

Black Woman Farmer

Foodocracy created the Farm Fund to provide direct relief to small, family-owned farms prioritizing Women and BIPOC farmers. Small farms make up up just 8 percent of agricultural land and that number is shrinking rapidly as multimillion dollar industrialized farms swallows up more and more of America’s farmland. This ever encroaching corporate farming is subsidized by farm grants which largely go to industrial farms owned by white men.

Only 37% of black applicants receive grants from the USDA.

Small farms, particularly those owned by women and people of color are left behind. Now more than ever they need our help. Rising costs, labor shortages and monopolistic practices from corporate farms are squeezing them to the breaking point.

Fortunately, there is a way to help these hard-working farmers and support sustainable agriculture in America. Join us for an evening of food and fun that will provide funding so many great projects can keep our farmland independent from corporate control!

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