Farm&City is a very small nonprofit organization that gets big things done by working with diverse groups and individuals across the State of Texas.
We would love to work with you to improve the quality of life for all Texans, but we’re not a big organization with tons of staff ready to help you with a bake sale or volunteer event. You can support our work, join the conversation on social media and our email newsletter, attend events (virtual for now), and get involved in specific advocacy projects. Our very small staff will gladly support you however we can to actuate positive changes across Texas.
Farm&City cannot continue to do its work without the ongoing support of regular Texans like you.
We’d love to hear from you, talk to you, and collaborate with you on ways to improve urban and rural human habitat in Texas.
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Become a local leader of the Vision Zero Texas movement
We believe that Every City, Every County, and Every MPO in Texas needs to adopt Vision Zero goals and strategies to end traffic deaths and serious injuries to achieve TXDOT’s statewide goal to end traffic deaths by 2050. We believe that three volunteer leaders can make this happen in their city, county, and MPO, so we have developed a program to help you do this.
Learn more about Central Texas Families for Safe Streets
Farm&City provides fiscal sponsorship and staffing support for Central Texas Families for Safe Streets, and independent, volunteer member driven organization dedicated to ending traffic deaths and serious injuries in the Central Texas region, so that other families do not have to suffer as they have.
Become one of 1,000 Texans for Transit
For too long, Texas elected officials have imposed devastating transit austerity measures, denying us safe, healthy access around our big cities, squandering our true economic potential, and contributing to our horrific environmental record. It is time for a paradigm shift in Texas transportation policy to fund transit and exponentially increase the amount of Texans with frequent access by public transportation.
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