Celina Ngozi is a Nigerian Igbo/Black agrarian from the South. They moved from the Dallas/Fort Worth area in 2022 to be full-time on their family land in a rural Freedom town on Tonkawa land in Central Texas, which has been in their maternal family for 150 years. They have been growing food and involved in food systems work for ten years in Texas and Colorado. They advocate for land access for Black and Brown agrarians and deepening relationship with the earth. Their earthwork involves (re)membering their ancestral knowledge to integrate those lifeways in their growing operation, and engagement with local community and the land. Celina Ngozi’s personal praxis has led to the development of earth-based programming uplifting practices from the African Diaspora.