In our continued mission to stand in solidarity with the BIPOC community, increase representation for organizations owned and led by people of color, and demonstrate that corporate social responsibility and regenerative organic agriculture can heal our planet and our society, we’re excited to sprout our new partnership with Farms to Grow.
Farms to Grow, Inc. is a non-profit organization based in northern California that works with African Americans and underserved farmers around the country to create sustainable farms and spaces to grow food and motivate the next generation of farmers to grow sustainably. It is this commitment to sustainable farming and innovative agriculture practices that can ultimately preserve the cultural and biological diversity of the local environment.
But we need to advance the public's understanding of the important roles of African American farmers and improve access to urban food markets, including schools, restaurants, and individual consumers for African American and other underserved farmers.
That’s why when you make a $5 donation to Farms to Grow at navitasorganics.com, you will get 25% off* your purchase.
Plus, we will match all donations up to $5,000 made through October, at no additional cost to you!
Add a $5 donation to your cart from any product page and your discount will be automatically applied at checkout. It's that easy!
Our contributions will also support their Urban Garden Project, which provides a demonstration site for new urban gardeners to grow affordable, culturally relevant food for consumer consumption.Our collective donations will directly fund their Farmer Development Program, a project that offers support to African American farmers, ranchers, and urban growers by providing resources and technical assistance to prevent and reduce land loss, grow sustainable food, increase food distribution, and educate the next generation from a Black agrarian lens.
Visit the links below to learn more about Farms to Grow and their work in keeping the legacy and tradition of the African American farming lifestyle alive: