Land Trusts and the Commons Sector
Regenerative Farmers Need Land
Agrarian Trust and Partner Organizations Receive USDA Grant Funding
Agrarian Commons Farmers go to DC
Introducing Commons Groundswell, the Agrarian Trust Podcast
Food Sovereignty & Regenerative Agriculture at COP 27
The Bhoodan Movement and Land Gifts as Revolutionary Practice
Butz’s Law of Economics
What is the Dead Sea Declaration?
New Roots Builds Connections Between Local Farms and Schools
Give the Gift of the Commons
Weaving Webs of Connection with the Tennessee Local Food Summit
What Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” Can Teach Us About Preserving the Land
The Ogallala Aquifer, Water Depletion, and the Promise of the Commons
The Global Roots of Community Land Ownership
Combatting Climate Change
Agrarian Trust Co-sponsored the 2022 Food Week of Action
Global Spotlight: Community Land Scotland
The Legacy of Land
Envisioning the Future of Black Seed Agroecological Farm and Village
What is Agroecology?
Key Findings From National Young Farmers Coalition’s 2022 Farmer Survey
Rebuilding the Soil with Steve Normanton
Ensuring Donated Land Gets Managed Equitably
Building the Foundations for Food Sovereignty at Lick Run
The Agrarian Commons, Land Stewardship, and the Racist History of Land Conservation
Ostrom’s Eight Design Principles for a Successfully Managed Commons
La Via Campesina
What can we learn from Deshee Farm? A Visual History
Restoring Native Pollinator Habitats with the Agrarian Commons
What are the Rights of Nature?
Enclosure: Old and New
Commodity or Commons: Finance Capital and the Commodification of Land
Oasis and Community in Petersburg, Virginia
Studies of the Agrarian Commons in the Higher Education Community
Virginia, a Resettlement State
America has always been a mix of cultural food traditions. We enjoy the freedom to explore taste and see the bounty of the many foodways, which allows us to be a part of the expansive American awareness. As cities become more culturally diverse, it is a chance for a renewed cultural fusion.
The state of Virginia has a resettlement program that makes space for this cultural interchange, facilitating new boundaries of cultural storytelling.