Farmers, we see your sacrifice. We see your bravery. We see the way this pandemic has stretched you financially and emotionally, and we want to help.

As advocates for the global Ag community, we’ve compiled a list of resources helping farmers in need amid the Coronavirus crisis. We’ve also shared donation links and ways that you can help critically impacted farmers.

Farmers need our support now more than ever. To those who work tirelessly to make sure we’re fed, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts and stand arm-and-arm with you through this difficult time. If you have resources to add, email us at Info@DouglasPlantHealth.com.

Applications

  • The American Farmland Trust: Farmer Relief Fund. Cash grants of up to $1,000. Apply in English or Spanish. More information here.
  • Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI-USA): Financial planning, lender negotiations, and application preparation. Call RAFI-USA’s Farmer Hotline at 866-586-6746, Monday – Saturday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI-USA): Emergency Mini-Grants to eligible North Carolina farmers. Contact RAFI-USA here.
  • F.A.R.M.S.: Farmers Emergency Fund for small farmers (no more than 500-acre farm). Stipends of $500. Apply here.
  • The Good Farmer Fund. Grants and loans allocated to farms in crisis. Apply here.
  • Hebrew Free Loan Society: Coronavirus Financial Impact Loans for eligible New York farmers. Apply here.
  • Hebrew Free Loan Association: COVID-19 Bridge Loans Program for eligible borrowers in Pittsburgh. Apply here.

Donations

  • The American Farmland Trust: Farmer Relief Fund. Donate here.
  • The Farmer Fund: COVID-19 emergency relief for farmers. Donate here.
  • Family Agriculture Resource Management Services: Services for aging small farmers. Donate here.
  • Northeast Organic Farming Association of Vermont: Farmer Emergency Fund. Donate here.
  • The Good Farmer Fund. Grants and loans allocated to farms in crisis. Donate here.