rva land justice

Food justice requires land justice

The Land Justice Fund is a reparative act. It is opportunity for us to disrupt systems of oppression. Join us in this work of funding ownership of land and the cultivation of self-determination in our communities today.

About

about the rva land justice fund

Our mission

The RVA Land Justice Fund donates funding to farmers of color for land purchases in the Richmond Region

About Us

The RVA Land Justice Fund is a multi-sectorial collaborative of organizations and movements dedicated to land justice

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Our primary work is assisting black farmers in acquiring land to farm. However that is only a fraction of the work

Our motto

land is
freedom

Your generosity makes our work possible. Whether you contribute financially or as advocate for good, you make a real and lasting difference in people’s lives.

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How to start?

Farmers can apply for funding to purchase land once we have raised enough capital. Your contribution will assist us in that work. Make Your Tax Deductible Contribution Today!

We are here to help!

If you are looking for land to farm; contact us so that we can help you access land to farm on. Contact Us Today FMI

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Kiran Bhagat of Ancestral Farms

Meet a
richmond
black farmer

Documenting the narratives of black farmers in the Richmond Region, visit us for monthly profiles of African American farmers.

Highlighting the stories of black farmers in the Richmond Region helps raise awareness of the need for black land justice and lift up the importance of black hands connecting back to the soil across the former capital of the Confederacy.

So far we have helped
74
Farms
5285
acres
$ 3836
Raised

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