how farm aid uses music to help farmers thrive

With works by Willie Nelson, Micah Nelson, Brandon Boyd and more, Moonlight Arts Collective has partnered with Farm Aid, a nonprofit organization, to create and curate a capsule collection of artwork dedicated to helping farmers thrive. Moonlight Arts Collective’s mission has always intertwined with love of music and this collaboration is no different, as Farm Aid utilizes great music to support farmers and strengthen America. 

Paint your Willie - 12 x 12 inch edition

First organized by Willie Nelson, Neil Young and John Mellencamp in 1985, Farm Aid hosts an annual music and food festival, featuring a unique lineup of artists and genres. Farm Aid has raised more than $78 million to promote a strong and resilient system of agriculture that ensures family farms keep their land. Farm Aid accomplishes their mission by promoting food from family farms, creating opportunities for people to easily access family farm food within local and regional markets, and providing immediate and effective services for farm families in crisis. 

Winter Sunset - Barn Quilt - 18 x 18 inch edition

Farm Aid works with local, regional and national organizations to promote fair farm policies and grassroots organizing campaigns designed to defend and bolster family farm-centered agriculture. 

Celebrate family farmers and the history of agriculture in America by shopping the entire collection where proceeds are to benefit Farm Aid here. You can learn more about Farm Aid and their work here


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