Initiatives

Food Sovereignty
Food Sovereignty

Empowerment and access through growing our food. "Seeding Solidarity" is a beautiful program that we co-collaborate with Woven Roots farm to pair knowledge sharing and solidarity shares as we nurture our path towards food sovereignty.

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Nature Connection
Nature Connection

Finca Luna Búho and the Rusty Anvil co-collaborate in holding space for youth nature classes and BIPOC immersions. In mutual and reciprocal relationship to the earth, we nourish reconnection to nature.

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Arts & Joy
Arts & Joy

Through drumming classes with our beloved Otha Day, family time by the stream or around a fire, or art & justice camp, we offer space for our community to learn, unlearn, laugh and be.

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Community Care
Community Care

As a poor community and as beings at the intersections of multiple lived experiences, we hold community care firmly and loving at our center. Community care recognizes that our thriving and liberation is interconnected. May we weave our care collectively.

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Organizing Groups
Organizing Groups

Space and nourishment for our community groups that engage in working towards liberation.

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Medicine Solidarity
Medicine Solidarity

Plant medicine for the people. Growing plants for medicine making for our community members and donations for Community Roots in Atlanta, No Más Muertes, BLM, water protectors & courageous beings.

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Healing
Healing

Our collective liberation is in our healing. Finca Luna Búho offers space for respite and reconnection with nature. Collective members hold space for women of color, queer beings, transracial adoptees, immigrant and indigenous circles and gatherings.

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Mutual Aid
Mutual Aid

Community support through funding for housing & bills. Food donations from local farms brought to people's doorsteps. Networking trades to care for our community.

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In 2019, we expanded our community programs. We welcomed and provided space for over 640 guests to this land for programming that ran from May through October, providing opportunities for joy, education, organizing, growth and discovery. Our programs included youth nature immersion, gardening access and youth agricultural education, support groups and story sharing space for marginalized community members, antiracism organizing, community meals, art and social justice camp, drumming classes and housing opportunities for community members. 

 

In 2020, we had to pause our in-person programs, but shifted to supporting our community through mutual aid. From our own garden, local farms and other donations, we have been able to support 40 households with supplemental food and additional funds that helped  provide community members with support during this time. This past fall, we re-invigorated our in-person nature classes with a small group of youth, who were  to be together once more and connect with the land.