Our mission to support Hmong American culture and enrich the community through creating sustainability for artists and farmers is possible thanks to our partners and collaborators.

We are always looking for more partners and collaborators! Learn more.

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Founded in 2011, Hmong American Farmers Association (HAFA) aims to advance the prosperity of Hmong American farmers. HAFA manages a 155-acre farm in Dakota County where ArtCrop artists held an artist residency over the summer of 2017. Additionally, ArtCrop shares are being distributed with HAFA's 2017 Thanksgiving CSA.

RedGreen Rivers™ is a Hmong social enterprise that supports Artisans and Makers from the Mekong Region in Southeast Asia. As a partner they source raw materials and handcrafted Hmong batik that will be transformed by ArtCrop artists into one-of-a-kind art.

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Hmong Food Traditions is a workshop series to encourage healthy eating, preserve our traditions, and build community through exploring our food on the farm & in the kitchen. Join us for the Dinner on the Farm with ArtCrop at the HAFA farm, with a special menu by Chef Yia Vang of Union Kitchen.


Oskar Ly, in partnership with Hmong American Farmers Association, is a fiscal year 2017 recipient of a Cultural Community Partnership grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board, thanks to a legislative appropriation by the Minnesota State Legislature; and by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

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ArtCrop is a project supported by the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs' Artist Neighborhood Partnership Initiative.