Black Restaurant Week celebrates the 4th annual culinary fest in Houston. For two weeks, Houston celebrates the flavors of African-American, African, and Caribbean cuisines.
The foundation of the Black Restaurant Week model is supporting culinary endeavors. This year we are partnering with Family Agriculture Resource Management Services (F.A.RM.S.) to support their efforts to help rural small farmers.
F.A.RM.S. is a regional 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to providing legal and technical services to farmers of color in an effort to prevent the loss of land ownership to build generational wealth and eradicate hunger in the farmers community.
F.A.R.M.S. also provides estate planning and elder care abuse prevention services to small farmers, along with internships to young ladies interested in agriculture and book scholarships for agricultural science majors that are a child or a grandchild of a small farmer attending Tuskegee University.
For more information about F.A.R.M.S. please visit www.30000acres.org.
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