Africulture espouses the myriad of principles, practices, plants and people of African descent that have contributed to agriculture from antiquity to the present day. It contains several specialized foundational components that strengthens awareness about numerous aspects of the African and African American experience in agriculture.

Africulture also serves as the organizing and administrative organization for our sister relationship between Fredericksburg, Virginia and Princes Town, Ghana, West Africa.

Africulture offers numerous workshops, seminars, lectures and strategy sessions on a numerous topics including but not limited to:

The Black Farmer Tax

Africulture: African contributions to everyday life and agriculture

Implicit Bias Training/Discussion

Planting seeds of solutions

The Values Tax

History of Agriculture in America – from the perspective of socially disadvantaged farmers

Racial Understanding toward solutions of equity, parity and repair.

Anti blackness: the source and solution

Liberty and Justice for All: The stories of the United States Colored Troops

Fact or Fiction: Stock stories and their implications

Historical perceptions of the African in America from 1865 to now

The Black Tax

The African Presence in the Bible

Spirituality and the Soil