Agrarian Trust



Our relationship to the land needs to change. Let’s chart a new path together.

To create viable agricultural systems that support just, sustainable communities, our system of farmland ownership has to change. But the arc of history doesn’t bend itself. 

At Agrarian Trust, we’re working with communities to revolutionize land ownership across the country. We have the tools and structures in place—we need motivated people like you to make it happen. Together, we can spread this far and wide and change our agriculture system from the ground up.

Agrarian Trust is in the process of practicing the relational culture internally that we support through our projects and developing processes around participatory governance. New staff will have the opportunity to co-create agreements that define our mutual expectations and create safe and kind spaces. We encourage people of color, people from working-class backgrounds, people with disabilities, women, and transgender and gender-nonconforming people to apply.

Please check out our Team to learn more about us.

Current Opportunities

We currently have no openings.

Interested in volunteering for Agrarian Trust?

Are you interested in conducting research on farming and farmland in a particular region or state, fundraising to support small and mid-scale agriculture, writing/editing, social media, outreach, design, videography, or photography? 

Agrarian Trust has robust volunteering and internship programs, both with our national team and on individual Commons. We invite you to volunteer your time and skills to the causes of regenerative agriculture and community-held farms. 

Equal Opportunity Employer Statement

Agrarian Trust is an Equal Opportunity Employer that fully and actively supports equal access for all people regardless of race, color, religion, gender, age, national origin, veteran status, disability, genetic information or testing, family and medical leave, sexual orientation and gender identity or expression and prohibits retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or practice in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination.