Young Farmers 2023 Gift Guide
Gift ideas by and for our community of young and BIPOC farmers, ranchers, and supporters
The Young Farmers 2023 Gift Guide is here to help you create positive impact this holiday season. Join us in supporting the entrepreneurs who are working toward a more just food future by purchasing and uplifting this selection of gifts from our network of young and BIPOC farmers. From handcrafted skincare products and sauces to poems and puzzles, there is something for everyone!
Purchasing a Young Farmers membership is another great way to give back and unlock over 30 discounts from farm gear and supply retailers! Join us for as little as $1 a year, and add your voice to the movement calling for farm policy that serves the next generation.
Mama’s Meat Sauce
Mama’s Meat Sauce ($7.99) by Appalachian Gold for the foodie in your life. Appalachian Gold is a Black Appalachian-founded brand uniting regional farmers by producing food products that are 100% Appalachian.
Bird Fork Farm
Bird Fork Farm is a a small woman-, queer-, and Latinx-owned and operated farmstead offering Edible Flowerfetti ($17) and a variety of teas, spices, tinctures and herbal self-care products.
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The Foresight Puzzle
The Foresight Puzzle ($33) from Soul Fire Farm features a painting by Naima Penniman that is the dedication art for the groundbreaking book “Farming While Black” by Leah Penniman. Find this puzzle plus books, herbal blends, salves, and more at Soul Fire Farm’s online shop.
Tanka Fund blanket
100% merino wool “The Return” blanket from our friends at Tank Fund and Eighth Generation Design. Your gift supports Indigenous food ways and the return of the bison. 59″x78″ (Queen).
Farm Shark pickles
Farm Shark’s classic dill pickle spears and hot sauce, grown and made by young farmers in Albuquerque’s South Valley using sustainable and organic practices; rotational grazing, cover cropping, no pesticides or herbicides and a mix of flood and drip irrigation on their fields.
Pike place herbs
Pike Place Herbs dry rub & seasoning ($12) from Herban Farms. This popular item is an Italian-inspired all-purpose seasoning. Herban Farms is an urban farm in North Seattle that uses organic practices passed down from farmer to farmer to grow, tend and harvest a variety of herbs and peppers.
diy natural dye kit
Have you ever wanted to try natural dying? This is your chance! Check out this DIY Natural Dye Kit ($44) from Open Arms Studio, which provides living wage work for refugee women while creating high-quality textile goods. This kit includes everything needed for a fun and sustainable at-home activity for you and a friend.