Land Reclamation & Vanessa Bolin
Handpicked list of Veteran-Owned and operated Non-Profit organizations impacting Veterans and military communities.
Why don’t we grow more of our own food? Amyrose Foll, Founder of the Virginia Free Farm joined the Rural Health Voice to discuss how they are assuring that Virginian’s have access to healthy food.
FLUVANNA COUNTY, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Hunger or food insecurity are still big problems in Virginia, but one Fluvanna farm couple is helping to put a dent in that problem in a very unique way.
They grow their food to give it away for free.
It’s a typical hobby farm with fruits, vegetables, chickens and, yes, even a spotted pig.
What isn’t typical is that the food grown is given away for free—all of it.
We work to promote food sovereignty & social equity through systems designed to reward holistic and sustainable practices by small farmers.
Louisa Gives Back raised $ to help keep small businesses afloat during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Say something interesting about your business here. Cultivating the next generation of nature protectors through sharing knowledge in Indigenous lifeways and ethnobotany.
Meet Amyrose Foll from Kent’s Store, Virginia, United States 🇺🇸
“I am an Indigenous Land Steward, Seed Keeper, and Food Sovereignty Activist. I’ve always grown food, and I was guided by my mother, grandmother before me. Only in the last several years have I really undertaken the serious work of effecting social justice through food, and ending food apartheid in Virginia.
Let's talk about our ancestral ways of thinking, growing, and understanding our world and what we consider food.