Local Emergency Assistance Farmer Fund (LEAFF)
As of 6/1/21, we have had 60 applicants for 50 slots and at this time won’t be accepting any additional applicants for the 2021 LEAFF program. Thank you so much for your continued interest, and we’ll be sharing developments and openings for the next cycle of LEAFF in 2022!
We’ll be sharing weekly updates throughout the summer as our farmers and community share their wonderful summer produce.
Local Emergency Assistance Farmer Fund (LEAFF) is a multi-organization collaboration launched to help small-scale famers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Are you an Immigrant and/or Refugee Farmer? Do you have produce but nowhere to sell?
Applications are open for the newly launched Local Emergency Assistance Farm Fund (LEAFF) to help small-scale farmers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Questions or need assistance with the application?
For questions about the program or application, contact David Van Eeckhout.
For assistance in Hmong, Somali or other Southeast Asian languages, contact Tou Xiong, or call HAP:
For assistance in Spanish, contact Aaron Blyth, or call LEDC:
LEAFF partner organizations represent farmers, hunger relief efforts and food distribution. LEAFF partners recognize that our food system was built through the systemic oppression of Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC) communities, farmers and consumers, and continues to be inequitable.
LEAFF Provides resources and support to BIPOC farmers to ensure COVID-19 does not create additional barriers to success and provides connections to new wholesale markets and technology for longer-stem sustainability.
Learn more about LEAFF.