We’re excited to announce that our 1st virtual field day. September 17, 2021 at 8am CST. Tune in here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/nbgc
We’ve gone virtual! Join the September 17, 2021 field day online by clicking here: https://vimeo.com/showcase/nbgc —————————————————————————————————— Dear Sustaining Member: The National Black Growers Council (NBGC) is excited to announce plans for our 2021 Model Farm Series field events. The Model Farm Series provides in-field presentation of new crop production technologies and practices that are relevant […]
An African-American family has established a farming dynasty in Alabama. The trade war is just the latest challenge. The farm was started in the 1870s by George Bridgeforth, Greg’s great-grandfather, who had been born into slavery. The family has survived droughts, tornadoes and the bool weevil during the century and a half that successive generations […]
Farmers must be strong advocates and raise up strong leaders. P.J. Haynie delivered that powerful message today at the DTNA Summit.
Dell-Cam Farms and the Dewayne Goldmon Family of the Altheimer/Pine Bluff area are the 2019 Jefferson County Farm Family of the Year, according to a newsletter from the Pine Bluff Regional Chamber of Commerce. The Farm Family will be the guests of honor at the Chamber’s 67th Annual Farmers Appreciation Fish Fry on Thursday, Oct. […]
Domino Sugar’s Chalmette Refinery in Arabi, La., sits on the edge of the mighty Mississippi River, about five miles east by way of the river’s bend from the French Quarter, and less than a mile down from the Lower Ninth Ward, where Hurricane Katrina and the failed levees destroyed so many black lives. It is North […]
Post-World War II, Percy Patterson, from Drew, Mississippi, was weighing his options for a future. Instead of heading north like a lot of young men his age, he decided to stay in Mississippi. All around him, the flatland boasted some of the most fertile soil for agriculture. Percy would learn that one thing–the soil–would change […]