New Field Foundation recommends grants to the Seeds, Soil, and Culture fund by invitation only. Unsolicited proposals for funding are not eligible for funding. For inquiries about the Seeds, Soil, and Culture fund, please contact Jonathon Landeck, Managing Director, New Field Foundation, via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anishnaabeg Ogitigaaniwaa: The People’s GardenLearn More
Center for Indigenous Knowledge and Organizational Development (CIKOD)Learn More
Flowering Tree Permaculture Institute (FTPI)Learn More
Food & Environment Reporting Network (FERN)Learn More
Guinean Association of Environment and Development (AGED)Learn More
Kōkua Kahili Valley Comprehensive Family Services (KKV)Learn More
Maya Agroecology, Native Seeds and HomelandsLearn More
Movement for Ecological Learning and Community Action (MELCA)Learn More
Native American Food Sovereignty Alliance (NAFSA)Learn More
Pueblo of Tesuque Agricultural InitiativeLearn More
Thunder Valley Community Development Corporation (TVCDC)Learn More
Zimbabwe Smallholder Organic Farmers’ Forum (ZIMSOFF)Learn More
Please also visit the website of our sister organization Tamalpais Trust at https://www.tamtrust.org.
We encourage you to listen to a new podcast called Native Seed Pod which shares stories on seed work that is near and dear to our hearts. The Native Seed Pod — at https://www.nativeseedpod.org/ — is funded by Tamalpais Trust.