There is a critical need for investment in small and future farmers. Their growth and ability to thrive is intimately tied to healthy food, healthy people, and robust rural communities.
Eva Clayton1 Articles0 Comments
The first African-American woman to represent North Carolina in Congress, Eva Clayton also became the state’s first Black Representative since 1901. From her post on the House Agriculture Committee, Clayton advanced the interests of her rural district in the northeastern part of her state and called attention to the economic inequalities that affected African Americans nationally.