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Be Part of the Mission

First Generation Farmers needs your support to advance our mission and grow the farmily.

At First Generation Farmers, we’re privileged to be able to farm on gorgeous, fertile land that has been in the family for more than 100 years. And we’re lucky to belong to a vibrant farming community where know-how, wisdom, and encouragement are never in short supply.

Grateful to be rooted in this rich soil, we wake up every day determined to grow FGF in ways that maximize its benefit to our neighbors, the environment, and the future of agriculture.

We’ve got plenty of work ethic and ingenuity to fuel our efforts. All we need now is YOU!

Yes, it’s true. As a non-profit farm that will never let a price tag stand in the way of anyone getting their broccoli, we count on support from people like you, who value the work we do and who share our vision of a world that is healthier and more just when farmers are empowered to grow food sustainably and make a living…and everyone gets their broccoli.

Every donation counts! You can make a secure online donation here.

Or send a check to:
First Generation Farmers
PO Box 203
Knightsen, CA 94548

Please consider becoming a Monthly Sustainer. Even at $5 per month, the regularity of this support makes a huge difference in our ability to set ambitious goals and pace ourselves to meet them.

If you’d like to discuss your gift and the program or project you want to support, please email Erin Brown

Thank you in advance for your support! We look forward to updating you on the work we’re doing.

Sustainable Farming

Donate! So we can bring more acres into production and double the amount of food we grow.

Youth Education

Donate! So we can expand our afterschool program and introduce more kids to life on the farm.

Beginning Farmers

Donate! So we can help limited resource and socially disadvantaged beginning farmers build flourishing farm businesses.

Sustainable Food Systems

Donate! So we can forge new collaborations with Bay Area businesses and organizations who share our commitment to building a regional food system that is good for consumers, good for farmers, and good for the land.