Threats to land access and land rights loom large when organizing and sustaining community garden and urban farming movements. Whitelock Community Farm, Pop! Farm, Black Yield Institute, and Filbert Street Garden all provide spaces where their communities can thrive, offering neighborhood events, educational programs, and increased access to beauty, nature, and healthy foods. Despite their important contributions, these organizations encounter struggles in terms of land—from acquisition and environmental concerns to threats of displacement due to land grabs from developers. Moderated by Baltimore Beat editor, Lisa Snowden-McCray, we will listen to these stories and discuss possibilities for change. This event is sponsored by the Department of American Studies, Public Humanities Program, and Dresher Center for the Humanities at UMBC.