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"farmer eddie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"farmer eddie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"PRX this is reveal I'm outlets in A century ago black families owned about 15% of American farmland Today only 1% of farm families are black The U.S. agriculture department has called itself quote a contributing factor in the dramatic decline of black farmers That's from a USDA report 20 years ago Black farmers filed a class action lawsuit against the USDA It was known as the pigford case After a North Carolina farmer named Timothy Pickford the case was settled in 1999 A court found the farmers had been systematically denied aid solely because they were black Loans grants and subsidies that white farmers received The settlement ultimately paid out more than $2.4 billion But state taxes ate into black farmers ability to recover and they continue to lose their farms to USDA foreclosures at a higher rate than white farmers Eddie and Dorothy wise said that even after the settlement government officials continued to discriminate against them John bwin continues their story Dorothy and Eddie wise found the farm they wanted in North Carolina in 1991 Almost no one buys a farm without a loan and certainly the wises could not That meant dealing with the U.S. agriculture department and its lending arm then called the farmers home administration or FHA The good of all net had an unwritten system If you walked in the FHA and you were black the first thing they did was close the books And they said no to anything that you asked from that point on They said it didn't have applications If you got the application they wouldn't tell you how to fill it out And then when you finally got it it turned into them then they hit you Oops we're out of money.

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"farmer eddie" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"farmer eddie" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Real easy to navigate. Just go towards the purchase a summer see ECE button, and there's several different plans there. There are we have three options. So we have a full summer option, which is 13 weeks of the essay, and then we also have this year we're doing what is a first task subscription and the second half subscription. So that's the seven weeks See ECE. In six weeks. Say if you're, for instance, going on vacation traveling this year now that that's a little bit more possible, just a few more options for customers. Anywhere. Where are you? Are you up in Santa Cruz? Made Benjamin Yeah. Where are you living? Yeah, farming. Farming and Espanola in Santa Cruz. Correct, Okay? Alright? Yeah, that's tough environment, and I'm still farming with my uncle about Gusteau's and hoping him to do all this and and and he gets his water via what Via well, the say keywords to get it. You know he gets his water from the Santa Cruz River. Okay, and there's reserve right there, and that's where the water came from. Okay on the second. That's something the figure of Galdeano. Yeah, well, yeah. And people are people a little nervous that you know they could lose. Because of the drought and another water obligations. You know who's got the rights upstream? People could lose. People are farming could lose. Um, good lose their water. All right, Nettie. Anything you want to leave us with before we let you in Montego. Don't miss the kick of party of the South market. This is a really great market, The Southwest a really great community. A lot of support right there. I'm impressed when I was a band there. Um, I came one day to the South and mark and it was raining like it was a storm and November's worth set up and I was like, Oh, maybe I just go home. And not set up my booth. But then as soon as as I say that the water kind of stuff and I noticed all these cars and people just jump out of the car. Try to go by batch that will come back to their cars. I was like, man. People here support this market. I'm a vendor. I will support the market. And after that The farmers market of the South side being one of my favorite one. They bought everything you had, huh? They buy things they like they They look for the food. Yeah, definitely. All right, And there's a lot of support. We appreciate that. Thank you to the south and community. We're here for you. Come and get your produce. And if you need if you have any questions, you can reach me. Daddy Martinez. Market manager 70 Farmers Market Tuesday starts on Tuesday, July The six in the afternoon three o'clock at the parking lot at the Presbyterian Hospital right off of Syria's Tonight 25 Bonnie Anything any other words of wisdom about C s a at the Farmer's market. Yeah, I just want to express that CSA is it's really an exciting opportunity in our community right now. With the pandemic, you know, C s a sales. Really took off for a lot of farmers for individuals, Chiesa's for aggregates ESAs and, um, and that made a huge impact in the lives of farmers and you know their ability to sustain their operations and to keep doing what they do, and We just want to keep that energy up and really build the CSA community here. It's just another purchasing option. You know, we've got the farmers market we have Local food and our restaurants and we would love to bring more of that food to you in this. In this way with the C s a program, so help us keep up the good work by supporting our local farmers. Eddie Martinez, market manager and Bonnie Murphy. You is a PSA manager and assistant manager at the market. Thank you both appreciate it. Have a great weekend. We'll go out with if you don't mind a little Paul or poor old dirt farmer..

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