The National Black Farmers Association Incorporated is a non-profit, community organization founded in February of 1995, by John Boyd, Jr., of Baskerville, Virginia, a third generation farmer who is determined to hold on to his heritage, and to save his farm from foreclosure caused by racial discrimination under the United States Department of Agriculture.
To encourage the participation of small and disadvantaged farmers in gaining access to resources of state and federal programs administered by the United States Department of Agriculture. To communicate and educate our community through effective outreach and technical assistance. OFFICERS
John W. Boyd, Jr., President
Your tax-deductible donation of $100.00 or more will allow you to become a member of this grassroots organization. As a member you will receive quarterly newsletters and schedules of upcoming events and activities.
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Make checks payable to "NBFA" and mail to: 68 Wind Road, Baskerville, VA 23915
Thank you for your support!
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