Alexys Romo


Black Thumb Farm’s programming focuses on educating BIPOC youth in underserved communities and restoring the vital, broken connections of communities with nutritious food and with the land. BTF’s unique approach to this work not only provides direct benefits to these communities by improving access to nutrition and greener, safer community spaces, but also by preparing youth through education, leadership programming, and job skills training to become more civically engaged advocates for their communities in the fight to redress these systemic injustices. BTF programming provides a suite of practical, 21st century skills while also recognizing the importance of maintaining a connection to traditional, ancestral forms of knowledge in farming practice and foodways.
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