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The Agrarian Commons is an innovative and transformative land-holding model committed to shaping a just, resilient, healthy food system and farm economy for the communities it serves. The Agrarian Commons hold land in community-centered entities that are 501(c)(2) subsidiaries of the national 501(c)(3) Agrarian Trust. All decision making within an Agrarian Commons takes place in the local 501(c)(2) governance structure. These Agrarian Commons own assets and land to convey affordable and equitable leases for the purpose of chemical-free, regenerative, and ecologically sustainable diversified food production for community benefit. Each Agrarian Commons is supported in various ways by the national 501(c)(3) Agrarian Trust. See a list of each Agrarian Commons and learn more about them here.

https://agrariantrust.org/agrariancommons/

https://agrariantrust.org/agrariancommons/puget-sound/

Notes

  • They have one project on Whidbey Island at the Gardener Farm.
  • They differ from Trust management in that there is a local trustee that controls some aspects of land use decision making.