Conscious Homestead BIPOC Community Care Shares
Community Care Shares are a mutual aid offering/program from Conscious Homestead. Once our urban homestead gardens are ready to harvest we will take stock of what is available to share with the community. On a weekly basis we will clean, divide and package our homestead grown produce for redistribution within the local BIPOC community.
How does it work?
Sign up by filling out this brief form here. When the grow season begins, we will send out a weekly message to the folks who sign up here with a link to this very page; our online Community Care Shares Shop.
The shop will list all of the produce (homestead grown vegetables, fruits, herbs, teas, ferments, eggs, seedlings, seeds etc.) available to the community. Scroll through the online shop and select the items you would like set aside for pick-up on a designated date and time.
Being that we are operating from a small urban homestead understand that:
- everyone on this list is not guaranteed to receive a community care share every week; at this point its first come, first serve. (we welcome suggestions)
- we will need to limit the number of items per person when reserving your community care share.
We may not be able to feed every BIPOC in VT but we sure can offer some organic, locally grown food to share as a supplement for your groceries. Grown by BIPOC for BIPOC.
Community Care Shares are free to BIPOC. We welcome donations but they are not required. This program launches for its inaugural year during the summer of 2021.
HOLD - Future Community Care Share
In the summer of 2021, the inaugural year of Conscious Homestead's Community Care Shares will launch. This listing is merely a space holder for foods that will be posted here in the future.
Sign Up on the Conscious Homestead Community Care Shares Shop webpage to be informed about when the shop is receiving orders.