Alaska Sustainable Fisheries Trust (Alaska)
The Alaska Sustainable Fisheries Trust’s mission is to strengthen Alaskan fishing communities and marine resources through scientific research, education, and economic opportunity.
Applied Research Center/Colorlines.com (National)
The Applied Research Center (ARC) is a racial justice think tank and home for media and activism. ARC is built on rigorous research and creative use of new technology. Our goal is to popularize the need for racial justice and prepare people to fight for it. By telling the stories of everyday people, ARC is a voice for unity and fairness in the structures that affect our lives.
Community Alliance for Agroecology (California)
The Community Alliance for Agroecology works alongside the most impacted communities of the San Joaquin Valley to address the environmental injustices perpetuated by the food and farming system and to create solutions that foster ecological balance, public health, and economic equality in the region.
Community Alliance for Global Justice (Washington)
Community Alliance for Global Justice educates and mobilizes with individuals and organizations to strengthen local economies everywhere. CAGJ is grassroots, community-based and committed to anti-oppressive organizing as we build solidarity across diverse movements. CAGJ seeks to transform unjust trade and agricultural policies and practices imposed by corporations, governments and other institutions while creating and supporting alternatives that embody social justice, sustainability, diversity and grassroots democracy.
Community to Community (Washington)
Community to Community Development is a women-led, placebased, grassroots organization working for a just society and healthy communities. We are committed to systemic change and to creating strategic alliances that strengthen local and global movements towards social, economic and environmental justice.
Detroit Black Community Food Security Network (Michigan)
The Detroit Black Community Food Security network is a coalition of organizations and individuals working together to build food security in Detroit’s Black community. Our mission is to build self-reliance, food security and food justice in Detroit’s Black community by influencing public policy, engaging in urban agriculture, promoting healthy eating, encouraging co-operative buying, and directing youth towards careers in food-related fields. D-Town Farm is a seven acre farm on Detroit’s west side that features organic vegetable plots, mushroom beds, four bee hives, four hoop houses for year-round food production, and a composting operation.
Duluth Community Garden Project (Minnesota)
The Duluth Community Garden Program strives to cultivate healthy neighborhoods by providing access to land, resources, and community
Family Farm Defenders (Wisconsin)
The mission of Family Farm Defenders is to create a farmer-controlled and consumer-oriented food and fiber system, based upon democratically controlled institutions that empower farmers to speak for and respect themselves in their quest for social and economic justice. To this end, FFD supports sustainable agriculture, farm worker rights, animal welfare, consumer safety, fair trade, and food sovereignty.
Farm Aid (Massachusetts)
Farm Aid has raised more than $50 million to promote a strong and resilient family farm system of agriculture. Farm Aid is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to keep family farmers on the land.
Farmworker Association of Florida (Florida)
The Farmworker Association of Florida affirms the right of farmworkers to live and work in healthy environments and communities and upholds our commitment to the transformation of our current agricultural system to one that is free of corporate control and that puts power back into the hands of communities and the people.
Farmworker Support Committee (New Jersey/Pennsylvania)
The Farmworker Support Committee/El Comite de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agricolas (CATA) is a non-profit, migrant farmworker organization that is governed by and comprised of farmworkers who are actively engaged in the struggle for better working and living conditions. CATA’s mission is to empower and educate farmworkers through leadership development and capacity building so that they are able to make informed decisions regarding the best course of action for their interests.
Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers (Florida)
Florida Certified Organic Growers and Consumers Inc. (FOG) is a nonprofit corporation established in 1987. FOG operates two programs: Education & Outreach and Quality Certification Services.
Food Chain Workers Alliance (National)
The Food Chain Workers Alliance is a coalition of worker-based organizations whose members plant, harvest, process, pack, transport, prepare, serve, and sell food, organizing to improve wages and working conditions for all workers along the food chain. The Alliance works together to build a more sustainable food system that respects workers’ rights, based on the principles of social, environmental and racial justice, in which everyone has access to healthy and affordable food.
Food First (California)
Food First’s mission is to eliminate the injustices that cause hunger.
Food and Water Watch (National)
Food & Water Watch works to ensure the food, water and fish we consume is safe, accessible and sustainably produced. So we can all enjoy and trust in what we eat and drink, we help people take charge of where their food comes from, keep clean, affordable, public tap water flowing freely to our homes, protect the environmental quality of oceans, force government to do its job protecting citizens, and educate about the importance of keeping the global commons — our shared resources — under public control.
Friends of Brook Park (formerly South Bronx CSA) (New York)
The South Bronx CSA is a community-driven initiative that brings the people of our community together to build the necessary resources and infrastructure to transform the South Bronx from a “food desert” into an accessible and affordable food oasis. Our mission is to create affordable access to locally and organically grown vegetables for everyone in the South Bronx, while advocating for a more just food system.
Friends of the Earth (National)
Friends of the Earth strives for a more healthy and just world. We understand that the challenges facing our planet call for more than half measures, so we push for the reforms that are needed, not merely the ones that are politically easy. Sometimes, this involves speaking uncomfortable truths to power and demanding more than people think is possible. It’s hard work. But the pressures facing our planet and its people are too important for us to compromise.
Grassroots International (Massachusetts)
Grassroots International works to create a just and sustainable world by building alliances with progressive movements. We provide grants to our Global South partners and join them in advocating for social change. Our primary focus is on land, water and food as human rights and nourishing the political struggle necessary to achieve these rights.
Groundswell: Center for Local Food and Farming (New York)
Groundswell Center engages diverse learners and empowers them with skills, knowledge and access to resources, so they can build sustainable land-based livelihoods and equitable local food systems. They help people become successful small-scale farmers and homestead food producers through practical, on-farm training. Our peer-to-peer networks build community and foster skills-sharing among farmers, homesteaders and “food citizens.”
Grow Hartford Youth Program (Connecticut)
Grow Hartford is a youth program that advocates against social injustices such as food injustice, racism, and adultism. Our mission is to not only bring awareness to these issues but to also motivate citizens to bring change.
Growing Food and Justice for All Initiative (Wisconsin)
The Growing Food and Justice for All Initiative is a new initiative aimed at dismantling racism and empowering low-income and communities of color through sustainable and local agriculture. This comprehensive network views dismantling racism as a core principal which brings together social change agents from diverse sectors working to bring about new, healthy and sustainable food systems and supporting and building multicultural leadership in impoverished communities throughout the world.
Hass Institute’s Global Justice Program (California)
The Haas Institute’s Global Justice Program (GJP) focuses on cross-sectoral themes that connect the local to the global and vice versa by examining structural marginality and promoting global inclusivity while taking into account local complexities and knowledge productions. To achieve our goals, we ground our work in the fundamental inquiry of how to successfully build inclusive, democratic, and citizenry-based societies.
Hidden Acres Farm (Connecticut)
Hidden Acres Farm, Inc. is a Black woman-lead, incorporated 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization based in Tolland, Connecticut. We strive to provide timely, substantive trainings, workshops and seminars on topics as such food and environmental justice, widening access to quality food stuffs (particularly in urban food deserts throughout the state), field-tested permaculture strategies and the importance of whole person/multidimensional care – physical, emotional and spiritual, respectively.
Indigenous Environmental Network (Minnesota)
Established in 1990 within the United States, IEN was formed by grassroots Indigenous peoples and individuals to address environmental and economic justice issues (EJ). IEN’s activities include building the capacity of Indigenous communities and tribal governments to develop mechanisms to protect our sacred sites, land, water, air, natural resources, health of both our people and all living things, and to build economically sustainable communities. IEN accomplishes this by maintaining an informational clearinghouse, organizing campaigns, direct actions and public awareness, building the capacity of community and tribes to address EJ issues, development of initiatives to impact policy, and building alliances among Indigenous communities, tribes, inter-tribal and Indigenous organizations, people-of-color/ethnic organizations, faith-based and women groups, youth, labor, environmental organizations and others. IEN convenes local, regional and national meetings on environmental and economic justice issues, and provides support, resources and referral to Indigenous communities and youth throughout primarily North America – and in recent years – globally.
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy (Minnesota)
IATP works locally and globally at the intersection of policy and practice to ensure fair and sustainable food, farm and trade systems.
Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement (Iowa)
ICCI is a member-driven organization taking collective action on issues important to people living and working in Iowa.
Local to Global Advocates for Justice (Washington)
This organization is a group of individuals of Black African descent and organizations with constituencies and leadership of predominantly Black Afro-descendants, from all socio-economic backgrounds, committed to grassroots community organizing to strengthen their collective power, coming together, to explore the formation of, and interest in, the creation of local, national and global alliances to represent and promote the interests of Black Afro-descendants on issues of peace and security, food and agriculture, and environmental, economic and social justice.
Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns (Washington, DC)
The mission of the Maryknoll Office for Global Concerns is carried out through education and advocacy in cooperation with other Maryknoll departments and entities. The office also collaborates regularly with other institutions and organizations working for peace, social justice and the integrity of creation. It brings the voice and experience of Maryknoll into policy discussions in the United Nations, the U.S. and other governments, international financial institutions and the corporate world.
Mississippi Association of Cooperatives (Mississippi)
MAC provides support for cooperative businesses, family farmers, and rural people which enables them to improve their lives and communities; and to maintain and support training and educational programs that will enhance the quality of life for rural residents.
Movement Generation (California)
The Movement Generation Justice & Ecology Project provides in-depth information and analysis about the global ecological crisis and facilitates strategic planning for action among leading organizers from urban Bay Area organizations working for economic and racial justice in communities of color.
National Family Farm Coalition (National)
The National Family Farm Coalition represents family farm and rural groups whose members face the challenge of the deepening economic recession in rural communities. The NFFC was founded in 1986.
New Orleans Food and Farm Network (Louisiana)
The New Orleans Food & Farm Network works with individuals, communities and growers to support sustainable growing practices and to ensure equal access to safe, nutritious, enjoyable food.
Northeast Organic Farming Association (Regional)
The Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA) is a coalition of seven NOFA state chapters. Our purpose is to advocate for and educate on organic and sustainable agriculture, family-scale farming and homesteading in rural, suburban and urban areas, agricultural justice and other related policy issues. The NOFA Interstate Council serves as the Board of the NOFA chapters’ coalition.
Northwest Atlantic Marine Alliance (Massachusetts)
NAMA is a fishermen-led organization building a broad movement toward healthy fisheries and fishing communities. NAMA builds deep and trusting relationships with community based fisherman, crew, fishworkers and allies to create effective policy and market strategies.
Pesticide Action Network – North America (National)
Pesticide Action Network North America (PAN North America) works to replace the use of hazardous pesticides with ecologically sound and socially just alternatives that protect the health of communities and the environment. PAN North America is one of five independent regional centers of PAN International, a worldwide network of more than 600 organizations in 90 countries, including local, national and regional consumer, labor, health, environment and agriculture groups. Our network challenges the global proliferation of pesticides, defends human rights to food, health and environmental quality, and combines community-led campaigns and science to advance environmental justice, sustainable agriculture and food sovereignty.
Presbyterian Hunger Program (National)
The Presbyterian Hunger Program (PHP), a ministry of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), works to alleviate hunger and eliminate its causes. They work with partners in the United States and around the world to understand and address the systemic and structural causes of hunger and poverty through grantmaking, education, organizing, advocacy and movement building.
Rural Coalition (National)
The Rural Coalition/Coalición Rural is an alliance of farmers, farmworkers, indigenous, migrant and working people from the United States, Mexico, Canada and beyond working together toward a new society that values unity, hope, people and the land.
Rural Community Workers Alliance (Missouri)
A place where people from the Milan community and the Northwest Missouri area can discuss their needs and necessities for the community. This alliance a chance to enhance community involvement, employment, civil rights, and public recreation.
Somali Bantu Community Association (Maine)
The mission of the Somali Bantu Community Association is to provide vital transitional services, advocacy, and programming that empowers members of the refugee community to uphold cultural identity and thrive in their new life here in Lewiston/Auburn, Maine.
Soul Fire Farm (New York)
Committed to the dismantling of oppressive structures that misguide the food system, Soul Fire Farm raises life-giving food and acts in solidarity with people marginalized by food apartheid. With deep reverence for the land and wisdom of our ancestors, they work to reclaim our collective right to belong to the earth. They bring diverse communities together to share skills on sustainable agriculture, cooking, and natural building, and contribute to the movements for food sovereignty and community self-determination.
SouthWest Organizing Project (New Mexico)
SWOP was founded in 1980 by young activists of color to empower their communities in he SouthWest to realize racial and gender equality and social and economic justice. They seek to redefine power relationships by bringing together the collective action, talents, and resources of the people within their communities. SWOP works primarily in low-income communities of color to gain community control of their land and resources. At the core of our work is the belief that all families have the right to healthy, sustainable environments in which to live, work, and play.
Southwest Workers Union (Texas)
Southwest Workers’ Union (SWU) unites workers, communities and youth in the struggle for dignity and justice. Based in San Antonio, Texas SWU is a grassroots membership based organization working for social change from the bottom up.
Sustainable Agriculture Louisville (Kentucky)
Community-led organization dedicated to advance food sovereignty in the city of Louisville.
Thousand Currents (National)
Thousand Currents identifies, evaluates, and grows the best ideas to alleviate poverty & injustice, connecting passionate and engaged supporters to visionary local leaders & organizations around the world.
United Methodist Committee on Relief (New York)
The United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to alleviating human suffering around the globe. UMCOR’s work reaches people in more than 80 countries, including the United States. We provide humanitarian relief when war, conflict, or natural disaster disrupt life to such an extent that communities are unable to recover on their own.
Urban Tilth (California)
Urban Tilth cultivates agriculture in west Contra Costa County to help our community build a more sustainable, healthy, and just food system. We hire and train residents to work with schools, community-based organizations, government agencies, businesses, and individuals to develop the capacity to produce 5% of our own food supply.
US Friends of the MST (National)
The Friends of the MST (FMST) is a network of individuals and organizations that support the Brazilian Landless Workers Movement (MST) in the struggle for social and economic justice while securing respect for human rights. The FMST works to build solidarity and educate the public in the US and English-speaking world in order to raise the international profile of the MST. The FMST has a direct relationship to the MST and is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization.
WhyHunger (New York)
WhyHunger is a leader in building the movement to end hunger and poverty by connecting people to nutritious, affordable food and by supporting grassroots solutions that inspire self-reliance and community empowerment.
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (National)
The Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) is an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) with National Sections covering every continent, an International Secretariat based in Geneva, and a New York office focused on the work of the United Nations (UN).