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Community Roots Garden is not a victory garden but a FREEDOM garden! Free food to free the people of Brookland Park who live in a food desert, Freedom to have organic food without the high prices at every grocery store, Freedom to grow what you want to eat... we need to clear more space of the ever invasive kudzu because we are putting in a greenhouse so we can grow all year long, and plant fruit trees and berry bushes as well.
Concerned Citizens of Charles City County (C5) works to inform and educate county residents of issues facing the county. This group was originally formed in response to the multiple power plants proposed for the county--with limited involvement from residents.
C5 strives to become a source of empowerment for the community within the environmental sector and economic community base for the county.
Richmond Satellite will produce fresh produce for the Community Fridge Program RVA Fridges. Richmond Satellite Urban Farm is stewarded by lead farmer & U of R Student by Natalie Hawley. Richmond Satellite will produce fresh produce for the Community Fridge Program RVA Fridges. Providing access to fresh food is key.
Serenity Solidarity is a BIPOC-led intentional community and ecovillage forming in Louisa, Virginia. We are focused on community service, activism, and radical inclusion. We are passionate about environmental, racial, and economic justice causes.
The Matoaka Covenant is a global grassroots multicultural collaboration of organizations, communities and individuals working together with common purpose.
The founding focus of this Covenant collaboration is to enhance the quality of life for indigenous, native and First Nations communities around the world while benefiting from their ancient wisdom.
Agrarian Land Trust for Migrant Families
Louisa County, VA
C5 strives to EMPOWER Charles City, VA citizens to act and make decisions with as much information as possible and the opportunity to have their voices heard.
The Upper Mattaponi Indian Tribe is centered in King William County. The Tribe's community base still resides in the traditional lands of Tsenacomacah. What's something exciting your business offers? Say it here.
MLK Urban Agriculture Center is a grass roots public-private partnership effecting change in the RVA area
Hampton Roads Urban Agriculture
Our Mission: Empowering food insecure communities to create and maintain access to healthy food.
Our Vision: Accessible, equitable and affordable healthy food for those in food insecure communities
Virginia Free Farm @ Spotted Pig Holler is an Indigenous / Veteran led 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization. We are qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devises, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2016 or 2522 of the Internal Revenue Service Code.
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