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DINE AT A GLANCE...
At the DINE Corporation Agricultural Center, our purpose is to provide sustainable solutions for maintaining an affordable wholesome food supply for socially disadvantaged communities. Also, to educate the underserved youth in historically socially disadvantaged communities in the areas of agriculture, agribusiness, and forestry. While creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle focusing on the conservation and restoration of the environment.
Our strength is amplified with collective action, and you can help make a difference with DINE Corporation Agricultural Center right now! The support we receive is a huge driver of the good work we do in addressing some of society’s most challenging problems. Get in touch today and join our community in making a lasting impact. We are a tax-exempt organization under IRC Section 501 (c) (3) and are able to accept contributions and donations that are tax-deductible to the donor. Give today and help feed our communities and beyond!
We are an indoor/outdoor farming organization.
We build bridges to future generations for the appreciation of agriculture and the protection of the environment.
We feed and educate socially disadvantaged youth and underserved communities
Socially disadvantaged communities benefit from the teaching of our cultural heritage in farming.
Our efforts to grow good clean food and teach successive generations will connect us to living healthier lifestyles.
The DINE Corporation Agricultural Center has completed the first phase of our restoration conservation tree planting project in Caddo Parish Louisiana. Phase two will be completed by December 2023. Also, our inground nursery that feeds socially disadvantaged communities is in full swing.
We are excited to share discoveries about plant life, accelerated growth methods, our Monarch Butterfly project, and our upcoming private land projects happening in 2024-2025.
Our team is infused with brilliant horticulturists and conservationists. We utilize our talents and technology for the abundant growth of our crops.
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