Updated: Dec 2, 2020

In addition to being a space to grow food for the BIPOC community of Southern Vermont, the farm will be a space for statewide education and healing. For example, the SUSU is developing youth programming that fills a crucial gap in our current youth services and health care systems that have little awareness, understanding, life experience, or expertise in supporting folx as they navigate the impacts of racialized and intergenerational trauma.

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