Kwabena Nkromo

Food Access Lab Resident 2015

Atlanta Food and Farm - The Food Commons



Atlanta Food and Farm’s mission is to re-create traditional local and regional food systems.


Atlanta Food and Farm (AF2) is a social enterprise consulting group providing experienced community food systems with planning, urban agriculture project development, installation, and management services in metro-Atlanta. The group emphasizes local ownership and control of food production and empowers a cooperative network of people to become more active participants in the local food system.


In his late teens, one of Kwabena Nkromo’s mentors pointed him in the direction of food access as a focused pathway for social change. Years of nurturing people through food confirmed the power of agriculture and food to build communities and to heal people. The commitment crystallized for Kwabena during his work launching two urban farms in the West End neighborhood of southwest Atlanta and running a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) program for residents. This experience led him to found AF2 in 2011. Kwabena studied Plant and Soil Science at Tuskegee University. He also founded and serves as the lead principle at Boston Food and Farm.