Bipoc Farms Map

Over the past 100 years BIPOC farmers in the United States lost roughly $326 billion worth of acreage. In 1910, Black farmers owned more than 16 million acres of land. In 2017, that figure was just 4.7 million acres, about 0.5% of all farmland. According to experts, the land loss was due to discriminatory USDA lending policies and forced sales of co-owned land called heirs' property. We created the BIPOC FARMS MAP to connect Black and Indigenous farmers with manufacturers and consumers. So together, we can reverse these staggering trends.



If you are BIPOC Farmer that would like to be included on this map, or know a BIPOC farm the you'd like to add, or a manufacturer looking to source from BIPOC farms, please fill out this form.

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