We invite you to join the movement to build a new food and agriculture paradigm. There are many ways for you to get involved with our work.
Donate – Invest in concrete, efficient actions to support positive change in rural farming communities around the world. There are many different ways to support Groundswell’s work.
Attend an Event – Join us to learn more about the importance of development that is people-centered, culturally appropriate, and builds change from the ground up. Upcoming event(s):
Spreading Agroecology and Creating Food Sovereignty from the Ground Up: Challenges and Opportunities
a Panel Discussion in partnership with American University
Wednesday, October 5th, 2016
12:30 – 2:00PM
Mary Graydon Center 200, American University
4300 Nebraska Ave NW, Washington, DC 20016
For more details, visit our events page.
Explore – Groundswell works in partnership, locally and globally, to strengthen sustainable and healthy farming, food systems and rural communities from the bottom-up. Watch videos and read articles to learn more about our work.
Volunteer – We need many talented organizers and a few social networking gurus to help spread the word. Please check out our volunteer opportunities or send us an email to inquire about other needs.
Spread the Word – Tell your friends and family about what Groundswell is doing and the global challenges we are working to overcome. Encourage people to like our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, read our blog, and sign up for our monthly e-newsletter.
Spread Healthy Seed – Sign up to receive free open-pollinated non-GMO seeds. Every year, in the spring, Groundswell sends out hundreds of seeds to families and communities in the United States who want to take action alongside family farmers to help spread a way of farming and eating that is healthy for people and the planet.
Sign Up for Our Newsletter – Sign up for our monthly e-newsletter to stay current with our work and for ideas on how you can get involved in the global movement that is strengthening rural communities, empowering family farmers, and giving people everywhere a voice in shaping their own future.