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Welcome to the Queer Farmer Network!
We are a not-for-profit grassroots organization of current and aspiring farmers, gardeners, growers, caretakers of land, food revolutionaries, and more spread across the so-called USA.
The QFN was formed in 2018 by a group of comrades in the upper midwest as a support resource for queer farmers that would help build community & combat isolation among rural and queer farmers, while interrupting heteropatriarchal, capitalist, racist legacies in agriculture.
The network hosts in-person gatherings, communicates via an online listserv, and shares information and resources with one another via our Job Board, Directory, and more. Our work is currently fiscally sponsored by the Women Food and Ag Network, and all donations made to us through them are tax deductible. Learn more about our work and how you can get involved here!
The QFN Listserv is made up of queer farmer and adjacent community members from all over the so-called USA, and has been an open source space to share resources and exchange information since 2018. Join today to get in the loop about upcoming gatherings, community offerings, and connect directly with a widespread community of queer farmers!
QUEER FARMER CONVERGENCE
Gather with fellow queer farmers in real time and space to rest, rejuvenate, build community, and organize! Find a QFC happening in your region, or reach out if you're interested in hosting a QFC in your area!
Find work within our community!
Looking for farm or ag-related work in a queer friendly farm environment? Visit our Job Board to browse and submit work opportunities within the QFN.
Connect with Queer Farmers in your bioregion!
You can list your farm & find queer-run farms near you via our online directory of farms.
Stand in solidarity with Black and Indigenous farmers by supporting their land-based endeavors. It is essential that all farmers acknowledge the stolen land we currently occupy and how our food system was built on the stolen labor of Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, and people of color. The Reparations Map hosted by Soul Fire Farm and created by the Northeast Farmers of Color Network is a great tool for finding BIPOC farms and projects to directly share resources with.