we pay homage to our ancestors
To the ones who planted seeds of liberation against all odds, and to the ones who chose the water. We are because you are.
how we started
SUSU Community Farm started first as a seed, a thought. That Black and Brown people needed to reduce our dependence on a system that does nothing but harm us. With this intention SUSU Community Farm planted literal seeds within the ground and fed 25 BIPOC families with gifts from the Earth.
where we're going
SUSU Community Farm intends to build a network upon the stolen Abenaki land, known as Vermont, where Brown, Black and nonhuman kin can coexist in peace, love and rest.