Monthly Archives: April 2021

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Farmer's Market

Church-Farmer Buying Informational Meeting

RAFI-USA’s Farm and Faith Partnerships Project is hosting an informational session for pastors, lay leaders, and volunteers regarding how you can connect with a local farmer of color in your area to purchase goods from.

[CLOSED] Job Opening: Program Coordinator, Challenging Corporate Power

RAFI-USA seeks a committed individual to engage with farmers and other stakeholders for the Challenging Corporate Power program. The program works to hold large-scale industrial animal agriculture corporations accountable for their extractive model and to help build the alternative.

[CLOSED] Job Posting: Operations Coordinator

RAFI-USA is looking to hire a full-time Operations Coordinator to assist with managing technology, office space and grounds, supplies and printed materials, HR, and other administrative tasks.

Ergibe Boyd

Ergibe Boyd of Queen of Greens Farm is increasing their processing and selling capabilities by purchasing post-harvest equipment and starting a mobile coolbot for market days.

Ty Boyd

Ty Boyd of Cherokee Agriculture Company in Bryson City, NC is improving their growing capabilities in order to have a bigger impact on the health of the Cherokee Community.

Thomas Bradley

Thomas Bradley of Bradley Farm’s project Traditional 3 Sisters Cropping Expansion is aimed at increasing farm efficiency, increasing production and to better preserving culture.

Leonard Brown

Leonard Brown of Brown’s Farm is expanding their operation to allow for expedient, mass-producing of mushrooms on the farm.

Yvette Browne

Yvette Brown of Sejah Farm is purchasing a farm water purification unit to provide safe, clean water for processing all produce harvested on the farm.

Amber Burgin

Amber Burgin of Elijahs Farm in Rougemont, NC is developing a mobile farmers market trailer with refrigeration to enable the farm to transport, store and sell produce.