We all depend on farmland, but people of color who want to farm face barriers to owning the land they need to grow food. In 2016, Groundswell Conservancy broadened its traditional farmland protection work to serve farmers of color and new American farmers. Groundswell has taken a grassroot approach to serving the farmers. By listening to them, Groundswell found pathways to knock down barriers and create opportunities for them to grow food for sale and subsistence, and to participate in land-based healing and educational programming. We have done so by sharing our power and privileges as a White-led and White dominated organization.