The Working Farms Fund builds on the strength of The Conservation Fund’s dual mission—to support both environmental conservation and economic resilience for communities across America. Our Working Farms Fund is currently being piloted in Atlanta and Chicago, with the goal to expand to other cities nationwide. Agriculture is rooted in a history of stewardship of the land and conservation principles. Farmers have long been our nation’s first conservationists. We believe that the Working Farms Fund will have lasting economic, social and environmental benefits not only for our farmers, but the communities they live in and serve.

Meet the Farmers

Farmers in the Working Farms Fund are not just entrepreneurial, but eager and willing to put in the work to scale up their community’s food systems. Currently, we’re working with several farm teams in the Atlanta-metro area to rise to these tough challenges. Let’s meet them! 


Love is Love Cooperative Farm

Love is Love Cooperative FarmLove is Love Cooperative Farm is a dynamic farm team that will transition 69 acres of conventional pasture to Organic vegetable, fruit and flower farm. Click here to learn more.

Global Growers Network Farm

Global Growers Network FarmGlobal Growers Network’s 22-acre farm will host immigrant and refugee farmers who will preserve and share multicultural farming traditions and produce culturally-relevant foods for local marketplaces. Click here to learn more.

Goodwin Family Farms (GF Farms)

Global Growers Network FarmGoodwin Family Farms (GF Farms) believes it can improve community health by providing locally and responsibly grown grass-fed beef products on the 175-acre cattle farm secured in Woodbury, Georgia. Click here to learn more.

Atlanta Harvest

Global Growers Network Farm Atlanta Harvest is transforming a 90-acre conventional cattle property into an ecologically vibrant farm that increases access to healthy, locally grown food for economically distressed communities. Click here to learn more.

Garlic eScape

Garlic eScapeGarlic eScape provides nourishing foods crafted from sustainably grown plants and herbs and trains community in the benefits of living and eating in harmony with nature. Click here to learn more.

Little Fox Farm

Little Fox FarmLittle Fox Farm's new 52-acre site will be a biodiverse environment using sustainable practices that preserve and improve the health of the land and the community. Click here to learn more.

Pride Road

Little Fox FarmPride Road is a farm business operated by three generations of Veteran farmers dedicated to natural hibiscus production and pastured poultry. Click here to learn more.

Snapfinger Farm

Little Fox FarmSnapfinger Farm's Rahul Anand envisions the farm expansion as a place for new ideas and building a healthy community by meeting the high demand for fresh, local food through sustainable farm growth. Click here to learn more.