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BIPOC Communities & The Sustainable Food Movement

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This past week we’ve been sharing folks from BIPOC communities that are involved in the sustainable food movement on our Facebook page. There are so many amazing people we’d love to share so we’ve also put together a longer list.

Moving forward, we’ll strive to do better and make it a point to share content from BIPOC herbalists, farmers, chefs, gardeners, writers, and activists as part of our regular social media.

Note: in an attempt to organize this post we’ve grouped people/organizations under a few basic categories. However, many of these incredible people are changing their community through more than one medium. Some folks are herbalists, farmers, and writers while others are gardeners, podcasters, and teachers.

Farms/Farmers/Gardeners


Herbalists


Foragers


Artists (Chefs, Writers, Podcasters, etc.)


Teachers/Activists


Organizations that Support BIPOC Farmers


We know this isn’t a comprehensive list. Our hope for this post was to share the work of just a few of the many folks involved in the sustainable food movement. If you know someone who should be listed feel free to share them in the comments here or on our Facebook page.

Please consider supporting these people and organizations through donations or purchases of their products if you’re able. You can also volunteer and/or follow them on social media and help share their content.

The post BIPOC Communities & The Sustainable Food Movement first appeared on Southern Exposure Seed Exchange.
 
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