Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Agriculture Resources

NOFA-NH is committed to creating an inclusive culture where all forms of diversity are seen and valued within our organization and the greater organic agriculture community. As farmers, gardeners and eaters, NOFA-NH recognizes that modern American agriculture was founded on structural racism and inequality, and that there is much work to be done to address generations of injustice experienced by Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, LGBTQ+ individuals, disabled individuals, incarcerated individuals, economically disadvantaged individuals, women, veterans, and any other marginalized groups.

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The following is a list of resources for farmers, farm workers, educators and consumers. We’ll be updating this page on an ongoing basis, and invite you write to us at info@nofanh.org with resources that could be added to this list.

Resources for Farmers, Farm Workers, Educators & Eaters

 

Food Access & Food Sovereignty

Land Access & Legal Support

 

Further Learning

Refer to our Resources page here.