Saving and storing seeds enables you to have food security, food sovereignty, and a legacy to share with others. The only surefire way to preserve the culture and stories of your seeds is to grow them and pass them on so others may grow them as well. Tell the stories and write them down. Share seeds. Pass it on.
Faith Food Freedom Summer Articles
With a seed library, genuine independence from the industrial food system is within reach.
Prison abolition is quickly gaining momentum in the United States as a response to the failures of our current system of criminal justice. How do prison abolition and food sovereignty relate, and how can urban agriculture be used to help dismantle the carceral state?
Listen to podcast co-hosts: Anna Woofenden and Sam Chamelin, interview Sha'Von Terrell about the Black Church Food Security Network and the Faith,...
The website explores how Christian food ministries are stretched to the limit by 2020 needs as crises reveal deeper problems.
The place from which my ancestors came is the place to which I will return.
Rev. Dr. Heber Brown, III explores how the Peace Mission Movement informs the Black Church Food Security Network.
There are some serious perks to starting your garden from seed. Learn how seeds work and how to get started.