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Richmond Racial Equity Essays Video Interviews: Duron Chavis

Activist, urban farmer and Happily Natural Day Executive Director Duron Chavis discusses his passion for food justice and the need for Black land ownership if we are to achieve true justice and liberation.


How to Rematriate the Land

The Sustainable Economies Law Center hosts this presentation How to Return Land in Lisjan Territory to Sogorea Te’ Land Trust. This 1.5 hour video presents in-depth practical consideration for practitioners, property owners, and supporters with topics ranging from deeds, titles, and dual agencies to Indigenous concepts, ethics, and views on stewarding land.

“When we objectify the land, we objectify ourselves.”

LAND SUPPORT: Understanding the Complexity of Land produced by Ulie Henrik Streckenbach


Landsupport is a project developed by a group of specialists from the University in Naples (Italy). It aims to create a tool that helps different stakeholders of land, making better, more sustainable decisions on their most important resource – the soil.

“Soil is the heart of our land.”

To Market: Growing an Economy Around Food, The Vermont Farmers Food Center

Facing steep odds and a chorus of naysayers, community members in Rutland have transformed a blighted industrial site into a dynamic new agricultural center – a driver of better health, new businesses and expanding markets built around locally grown food. This film highlights the first major milestone in the VFFC’s rise – the opening of the new Winter Farmers Market, the largest in the state. It also spotlights a new generation of young farmers who are now growing and innovating year round with the support of the community, the Rutland Area Farm & Food Link and the VFFC. Together, they are working to write a new story for the future of Rutland and its economy.

Tuinderij de Stroom Farm, Future Farmers in the Spotlight

Tuinderij De Stroom is an organic vegetable farm in a small village in the Netherlands. It is owned and managed by three young women who have proven that it is still possible to start land-based farming activities with low financial investments.

Discussion on Farmland Access with Sjoerd Wartena and Veronique Rioufol from Terre de Liens

May 2014

This interview with Sjoerd Wartena and Veronique Rioufol from the Terre de Liens initiative in France was prepared for April 27th, 2014 as part of OUR LAND: A Symposium on Farmland Access in the 21st Century.

Wes Jackson, Founder of the Land Institute, Speaking at Our Land Symposium

Wes Jackson spoke at OUR LAND: A Symposium on Farmland Access in the 21st Century.  

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