To the largest, FREE, most comprehensive *directory of Black Farmers, The Index is a guide connecting you to traditional and non-traditional growers.
From row crop farmers, ranchers, vegetable and fruit producers to beekeepers, fisherfolk, foragers, vintners & more.
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2. Highlight Black agriculturalists
3. Bring business to our Index members
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Select from 12 regions including a small international section.
Find the state of your choice and click on the link.
Locate a grower in the listing. They are in alphabetical order.
Fannie Lou Hamer talking about her Freedom Farm Cooperative
A growing demographic are women-owned farms, apiaries, gardens and ranches.
Here you will see, dozens of farms offering high-quality varieties of meats such as beef, poultry, pork and lamb. Some even offer grass-fed and natural-raised selections.
Using traditional methods, many farmers grow organic produce without pesticides, harmful chemicals or with non-gmo, heirloom seeds.
Your donation fuels an organization dedicated to bringing business and visibility to Black farmers.
We are a 501 (c)(3) organization.
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