Giving Tuesday is a global generosity movement, unleashing the power of people and organizations to transform their communities and the world. The international day of giving is happening on November 30, 2021, and we are urging you to choose Agrarian Trust for your philanthropic gift on Giving Tuesday.
General Support of the Agrarian Commons
Every dollar that is given to specific Agrarian Commons projects goes directly to that Agrarian Commons acquisition project — no portion of it goes to support Agrarian Commons general operation, administration, and work. This is important to us to ensure 100% of your donations are going to the community land acquisition projects.
This is why on this Giving Tuesday we are asking for general support of the Agrarian Commons so that we can continue to hold and expand this work.
Central Virginia Agrarian Commons
The newest of the Agrarian Commons, this Black-led board of farmers and activists are working to repair the harms Black farmers have endured due to land loss. This Commons centers the interdependence of rural and urban communities, recognizing the interdependence of both to build a resilient food system. Give to support this Black-led Agrarian Commons acquire land, improve infrastructure, and build an equitable food system in Richmond and the surrounding communities.
Farmer Support in the Puget Sound Agrarian Commons
A new farmer will soon be joining the Puget Sound Agrarian Commons as the new steward of the Gardner Farm. This land will need significant infrastructure investment in the next couple years as they launch their new operation and continue the stewardship of the orchard and camas prairie. All gifts will go directly to the new leaseholder to help them transform hayfields into a thriving source for local food on Whidbey.
Our donors are located in many different localities and communities, united in their belief that our work is making real-world change that can be seen and felt around all over the US. Watch to learn more about why they are supporting Agrarian Trust.