CoFED partners with young people of color from poor and working-class backgrounds to build food and land co-ops.

Suparna Kudesia

published CoFED Annual Report in About 2020-12-18 21:38:37 -0800

CoFED Annual Report

2020: A Year in Review

We are ready for a new season, moving forward with hope, vision, and abundance - because we already have so much to celebrate - nourished soil, healing seeds, hands to plant and nurture, water, sunlight, and a vision.

We have a community and a legacy of cooperative resilience guiding us. And we are ready for 2021. We know we're not alone when we say, "What a year 2020 has been!" We harvested many fruits & lessons from our work, and we have saved many seeds for our next season. Please join us in closing 2020 with celebration, acknowledgment, healing, visioning, joy, and liberation.

THE SEEDS WE ARE SAVING

READ OUR 2020 ANNUAL REPORT HERE

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Making Magic at the 2019 Summer Co-op Academy

Our 2019 Summer Co-op Academy centered and amplified the leadership and wisdom of young BIPOC solutionaries from Canada and the US. We gathered at Earthseed Land Cooperative in Durham, NC -- on land that was once stewarded by the Occaneechi band of the Saponi nation-- to remember how cooperation is truly about who we are and how we can be. This year’s select cohort of 13 magic-makers, representing 8 different co-ops and food justice projects, built deep connections with the earth and each other that continue to thrive.