Supporting Black-Owned Food and Farm Businesses

    July 10, 2020

Written by Nicole Oveisi, Fair Farms Intern

Sometimes challenging moments can bring up a feeling of paralysis. The fear and very real health repercussions of the pandemic along with civil unrest are a lot to process and weigh even heavier on our Black and Brown community members. If you’re looking for a way to create small change, voting with your dollar can be an easy solution. It’s important not to let this moment of civil unrest wane. We encourage you to put your resources where your values are and support these Black-owned farms and food businesses that are open. 

With the help of other organizations, we have compiled a resource list of Black-owned food and farm businesses. We acknowledge that this list might not be full and complete, but we are constantly adding as we learn. Please let us know if you know of others that could be included.


Washington D.C.

Dreaming Out Loud

Good Sense Farm 

NuVegan Cafe

Soilful City

Three Part Harmony Farm



Black Church Food Security Network

Black Dirt Farm Collective

Black Yield Institute

Deep Roots Farm

Dodo Farms

Earth-Bound Building

ECO City Farms 

EcoBlossoms Farm

Empower Project Baltimore

Flower of the Forest Farm

Four Mothers Farm

The Greener Garden – Urban Farm

Ida B’s Table

Native Mountain Farm 

New Brooklyn Farms 

The Plantation – Park Heights Urban Garden 

Purple Mountain Organics

Strength To Love II

Tripple Springs Farm, LLC 

Whitelock Community Farm



5th District Mini Farm

Botanical Bites Provisions

Browntown Farms

Cusheeba Earth, A Soil Culture Farm 

Gardens of Khmet

Haynie Farms

Mighty Thundercloud Edible Forest

Native Mountain Farm

Plants and Blooms Reimagined

Sylvanaqua Farms

Vanguard Ranch Natural Gourmet

Waddle Om Farm




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