CoFED

Help us expand the political imaginary in 2020!

We're expanding the political imaginary of what's possible in the food system and beyond! Join us!


In 2020, we're launching our new multi-prong strategy to build a regenerative and cooperative food economy. It includes five core programs across three pillars of power:


Cultural power: Through Fireweed, a new multimedia arts and cultural organizing project, young people of color can shift narratives and catalyze a popular movement for a cooperative food economy that safeguards personal, public and planetary health.


Economic power: Our flagship programs, the Summer Co-op Academy and Racial Justice Fellowship, continue to support young people of color to build co-ops and community-controlled food systems as economic alternatives to an extractive food system. To complement this work, we are looking into developing CROP Fund, a new regranting program for people-of-color-owned (POC-owned) co-ops in the food system.


Political power: Through MyceliYUM, a new national network of cooperators of color advancing food and land justice, young people can organize to shift policy. MyceliYUM members also benefit from CoFED’s membership in the HEAL Food Alliance (HEAL), Wallace Center’s Food Systems Leadership Network, and New Economy Coalition.


We need your support to make a cooperative food system a reality! Thank you!


If you would like to mail a check, make it out to "CoFED" and send to 101 Brookwood Ave Ste 204 Santa Rosa, CA 95404. 

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