WELCOME TO KHUBA INTERNATIONAL

Khuba International is a black-led non-profit organization that seeks to integrate youth education, sustainable agriculture, and community development through hands-on programming and inclusive partnership-building. We are based in Tompkins County, New York. Our activities particularly seek to engage and empower community members impacted by racism, redlining, and colonization, and families from disadvantaged backgrounds. We support black community members of Central New York that wish to access land and farm. Areas of focus include: BIPOC farming, black-led land access, food sovereignty, literacy, and sustainable agriculture outreach. Programming ranges from free and low-cost book distribution to youth of African and/or indigenous ancestry and students needing expanded access to home libraries, to the installation of raised beds for African diaspora and food insecure families.

Explore our exciting projects such as: 

QUARTER ACRE FOR THE PEOPLE

Connecting income-challenged urban community members with local farmland to promote food security in Tompkins County  

THE LEARNING FARM

Our for-profit sister organization is now enrolling for the Outdoor School for the 2020-2021 school year!
 

UBUNTU LIBRARY

We provide free, high-quality, age-appropriate books to children to support children with their literacy goals
 

Contact Us: Christa Nunez, Director of Khuba International
📧 [email protected] 📞 (707) 570-5178