News & Updates

Register for Grocery Store Gardening

Many people would be amazed at how much produce they buy from the grocery store can re-grow at home - saving them money and time. You need not be an expert farmer. You just need a little bit of know-how and you'll be well on your way to growing your own food at home....

Grocery Store Gardening: Herbs

Can we re-grow herbs from a grocery store? Yes, you can and we will teach you how! Many herbs are able to be regrown through propagation. Propagation is the process of creating new plants from seeds, and cuttings. For most herbs, the quickest way to get more plants is...

Earth Day 2020 Webinars

Black-led environmental and agricultural organizations from across the country have teamed up to produce two panel presentations on Earth Day 2020 - which is Wednesday, April 22nd. Take a look at the descriptions of the day's events below. The events are free, but...

People, Pandemic and the Planet

Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has given the world a new perspective on environmental sustainability. The pandemic has been showing positive and negative effects on the environment. In the midst of a pandemic, pollution emissions are reducing and toxins in water are...

Cast Down Your Buckets, Where You Are

On September 18, 1895, Dr. Booker T. Washington delivered a speech at the Cotton States and International Exposition that would resonate with every facet of American life during that time. The speech was entitled the Atlanta Compromise. The Atlanta Compromise...

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in the Garden

Now that the majority of us are stuck in the house most of the time and the idea of growing our own food seems more like a necessity, there are ways that we can increase our self-sufficiency without requiring us to spend lots of money. By using items we would probably...

Thank you WeBuyBlack.Com!

Black Churches Are Growing Food, Empowering Black Communities & Farmers Grocery shelves are empty across the country, a clear sign that Black people must become self-reliant. Well before the ‘rona craze, however, a network of Black churches chose self...

BCFSN Founder on WYPR 88.1FM

Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III was invited to participate in an important conversation on WYPR 88.1FM about food insecurity in Baltimore. Take a listen!
Dr. Heber Brown was interviewed on Roland Martin Unfiltered.

Dr. Heber Brown, III on #RolandMartinUnfiltered

On Tuesday, December 24, 2019, our Founder, Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III was interviewed on the Roland Martin Unfiltered program about the Black Church Food Security Network.  Check it out!

REGISTER FOR OUR ONLINE COURSE

Two weeks from today our founder, Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III will begin teaching an online course designed to empower you with the tools you'll need to confront issues of racism in the food system. Black Churches can be a powerful force in feeding our community while...
Register for Grocery Store Gardening

Register for Grocery Store Gardening

Many people would be amazed at how much produce they buy from the grocery store can re-grow at home - saving them money and time. You need not be an expert farmer. You just need a little bit of know-how and you'll be well on your way to growing your own food at home....

Grocery Store Gardening: Herbs

Can we re-grow herbs from a grocery store? Yes, you can and we will teach you how! Many herbs are able to be regrown through propagation. Propagation is the process of creating new plants from seeds, and cuttings. For most herbs, the quickest way to get more plants is...

Earth Day 2020 Webinars

Black-led environmental and agricultural organizations from across the country have teamed up to produce two panel presentations on Earth Day 2020 - which is Wednesday, April 22nd. Take a look at the descriptions of the day's events below. The events are free, but...

People, Pandemic and the Planet

People, Pandemic and the Planet

Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has given the world a new perspective on environmental sustainability. The pandemic has been showing positive and negative effects on the environment. In the midst of a pandemic, pollution emissions are reducing and toxins in water are...

Cast Down Your Buckets, Where You Are

Cast Down Your Buckets, Where You Are

On September 18, 1895, Dr. Booker T. Washington delivered a speech at the Cotton States and International Exposition that would resonate with every facet of American life during that time. The speech was entitled the Atlanta Compromise. The Atlanta Compromise...

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in the Garden

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle in the Garden

Now that the majority of us are stuck in the house most of the time and the idea of growing our own food seems more like a necessity, there are ways that we can increase our self-sufficiency without requiring us to spend lots of money. By using items we would probably...

Get in Touch. Get Involved.

15 + 14 =