George Washington Carver Urban/Small Farmer's Coalition, Inc. (GWCUSFC)
A 501c3 nonprofit

George Washington Carver Urban Small Farmers Coalition
George Washington Carver
(1864 - 1943)

Scientist & Inventor was born into slavery and went on to become a botanist and one of the most prominent scientists and inventors of his time as well as a teacher at Tuskegee Institute. Carver devised over 100 products using one crop: the peanut including dyes, plastics and gasoline

View Carver mini bio on YouTube
Negative Thinking Patterns
& Cognitive Restructuring

Wed, Dec 25, 2019 Dar-us-Salaam
Food Distribution
American Heritage Museum

Day of Dignity: D.C. Food Distribution
2019 Black Urban Growers (BUGS) Conference REGISTRATION
fiscally sponsored by the Open Space Institute, Inc. under Citizen Action Program
Local women's shelter visit
by Ansaar ul Birr and Al-Huda alumni
"The primary idea in all of my work was to help the farmer and fill the poor man's empty dinner pail. My idea is to help the 'man farthest down', this is why I have made every process just as simply as I could to put it within his reach"
George Washington Carver

Lloyd Wright 2014 Winner
Small Farmer Award

Watch the Youtube video
"Spruill Family Farm"

Rooting DC
urban gardening forum

View 2020 event photos
Small Farm Program
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Increasing Farmers Access to Resources
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