A Call To Service

The 2022 Agriculture Grant is now open to veterans & their dependents!

From Swords To Plowshares

Our vision is to create a network of interdependent and self-sufficient veteran farms practicing sustainable agriculture through community based education and production.

The mission for the Dauntless Veteran Foundation is simple, to train and equip veterans to translate their talents from the field to the farm. Broadly, our goal is to help Veterans rehabilitate and reintegrate through agriculture.

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About

The mission for the Dauntless Veteran Foundation (DVF) is simple, to train and equip veterans to translate their talents from the field to the farm. Broadly, our goal is to help Veterans rehabilitate and reintegrate through agriculture.

But why farming?

Simply because the median age of farmers in America is 58, and two out of every three retiring farmers are not being replaced. Youth are not getting into agriculture; forcing family farms to sell to “big-ag”. This perpetuates food insecurity with supply chains relying on “just-in-time” produce, which is highly wasteful and makes communities reliant and unprepared.

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But why farming?

If current events are an indicator of anything, it is that America’s “Just in Time” supply chain is inflexible and vulnerable to system shock. Store shelves, once packed full of commodities, sit empty. Restaurants already battered by COVID lock downs, now have to piece together their menus with whatever produce is available. Needless to say, communities need robust local agriculture now more than ever!