Giving Tuesday 2023

Nov 14, 2023 • Uncategorized • By Noah Wurtz

It’s the end of the growing season in the Northern half of the country, and for many farmers, that means preparing for the winter. The last of the harvest needs […]

Redlining’s Legacy: Disinvestment in Black Communities in Virginia

Apr 18, 2022 • Food Systems and Security, Land Justice and Equity, Uncategorized • By April Jones

Redlining was a red mark against these robust neighborhoods, meaning that they could not connect to federal funding for home loans. Race was the defining factor in redlining and prevented these communities from gaining full access to the federal support that was needed and that they paid into through the federal tax system.