Mapping Services for Ag Refugees in New York

Do you serve refugee farmers?   Groundswell Center for Local Food & Farming and the Cornell Small Farms Program are seeking to identify organizations who are working with refugee populations engaged in agriculture in New York State.  If this describes your organization, please take a minute to fill out a short questionnaire describing your work.

Click here for Questionnaire

We will compile a Directory based on the responses and share back with all who provided information to increase networking and resource sharing.  Please complete the questionnaire by June 15th.

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Farmers at Groundswell’s Incubator Farm in Ithaca, NY

To learn more about our project, “Advancing Agricultural Support and Training for Refugee Farmers in Central New York”, please contact Adriana Pickett at

Violet Stone

Violet's work focuses on creating retreats, workshops and programs for the agricultural community centered on themes of connection, wellness, purpose, integrity and courage. She sees this work as contributing to a more inclusive ‘culture’ of agriculture where all voices are warmly welcomed, honored and celebrated, including the voices of our ‘inner teachers’, sometimes referred to as 'spirit' or 'soul'. Violet serves as the NY SARE Coordinator and can help farmers and educators navigate NESARE grant opportunities.
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