Still confused about applying to the 2022 Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund application? Schedule a time to meet with DBFLF Co-Founder, Tepfirah Rushdan for a 1-on-1 consultation. She's offering technical assistance all month long to assist with any burning questions you may have about applying to the fund.
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2022 APPLICATION DUE
Get your application in for the 2022 Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund! These funds are specifically targeted to Black growers in the cities of Detroit, Highland Park and Hamtramck to purchase land they are currently farming or plan to farm on. Funds may be used for land purchases as well as infrastructure or improvements.
WHAT TO THE NEGRO IS THE FOURTH OF JULY?
Join us as we celebrate the spirit of resistance and raise funds for the Shrine of the Black Madonna and the Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund!
One hundred and seventy years ago, in Rochester, N.Y., fiery orator and abolitionist, Frederick Douglass, delivered his most memorable speech which answered for America “What to the Negro is the Fourth of July?”
In reverence to the revolutionary spirit of Frederick Douglass and our collective ancestors, join us on July 4, 2022, for musical selections from the African Jazz Ensemble In the Tradition, interwoven with excerpts from Frederick Douglass' famous speech. We gather in the spirit of resistance and the revolutionary spirit as we raise funds for the Shrine of the Black Madonna and the Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund.
Come become a part of a new July 4th tradition! #NotMyIndependenceDay
JUNETEENTH BLACK FARMERS MARKET
Oakland Ave. Urban Farm
Join us for the Annual Campaign Kick-Off for Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund!
Featuring farm stands from 2020 + 2021 Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund Awardees, live music from local perfromers, food stands, additional vendors, youth activities, and so much more!
ADDRESS: 9227 Goodwin St, Detroit, MI 48211
FOR YOUR GARDEN
The purchase process in Detroit can be daunting. And for gardeners there are a few extra considerations to keep in mind including permitting, zoning, and following city ordinances. Our goal is to ensure that all Detroiters have the information they need to protect their gardens and become land secure!
APPLICATION REVIEW WEBINAR
Applying for the 2022 Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund? Join DBFLF Co-Founders, Erin Bevel and Tepfirah Rushdan as they take a deep dive into the entire application. Check out all the ins and outs alongside them, and get a chance to ask questions. This webinar will be recorded.