How to help
You can help American Indian Farmers fight against hunger, prevent land loss, and secure food sovereignty. Donations are needed from concerned individuals, companies and organizations to make it possible for AAIF to continue its outreach efforts, technical assistance and nationwide advocacy to help American Indian Farmers.
Become A Member
Benefits of Membership•access to state and national information concerning Agriculture through newsletters and other special online communication tools;•network with other American Indian Farmers and agriculture professionals;•participate in high quality, competency-based training and technical assistance activities and events; and•support and be a partner with the Association of American Indian Farmers, an organization that provides outreach, advocacy and technical assistance across Native America.To join the Association of American Indian Farmers and for more information about membership, please join online http://jotform.us/form/40424639820150.
Join the Founders' Circle
Our organization is in a critical stage of growth and development. Join the Founders’ Circle and take a leadership role in creating a compassionate future for American Indian Farmers/Ranchers. Members of the Founders’ Circle will receive a special framed certificate of membership, as well as recognition on our website and on an exclusive Founders’ Circle Plaque that will be permanently displayed at our office. Your gift of $500 or more will help provide a solid foundation for us to succeed in our important mission of helping future generations continue our legacy. Donations may be mailed to: AAIF, 68 Wind Road, Baskerville, VA 23915.
Kara Brewer Boyd
AAIF Co-Founder and President
Please invite American Indian Farmers to join the Association of American Indian Farmers and our Facebook Group. We are available to hold Membership/Outreach Meetings across the United States to help us reach our goal of 5,000 members. Everyone's help is greatly appreciated. Contact Kara Boyd, Co-Founder and President, if you would like to host a Community Meeting or Membership Drive.
John Wesley Boyd, Jr.
AAIF Co-Founder and Board Member