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Projects On The Pacific Coast And In The Northwest

Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA)

The Agriculture and Land Based Training Association (ALBA) was founded in 2001 and operates two organic training and demonstration farms in Monterey County, California. Typically, 36 limited-resource farmers lease ALBA land while learning small farm business and marketing skills. MORE >

Create Common Good Farm

CCG Farm supplies local restaurants, wholesale partners and farm shareholders, while donating thousands of pounds of fresh produce to the Idaho Food Bank. MORE >

National Hmong American Farmers, Fresno, CA

National Hmong American Farmers, Inc. provides a culturally sensitive mechanism to help Fresno County's Hmong as well as small and minority growers, hone their technical and business skills and ultimately, to increase their income generation potential. MORE >

Opening Doors, Inc.

With the announcement that 2,000 Hmong refugees were coming to the Sacramento area, Opening Doors, Inc. (ODI) and three Hmong community based organizations collaborated on securing funds from the Office of Refugee Resettlement and USDA Risk Management Agency to begin securing resources for local immigrant farmers. MORE >

The Small Farms Project of El Huerto de la Familia

The Small Farmers Project is a program of Huerto de la Familia (The Family Garden), a non-profit in Eugene, Oregon whose mission is to offer Latino families a place to connect with their roots and the earth by growing their own food. MORE >