UCCE will provide training for beginning farmers and ranchers in Sonoma County in order to: Increase access to fresh local food, Grow more farmers and ranchers, and Offer them an opportunity to farm on county lands.
"Our goal for this project is to enhance the competitiveness and sustainability of beginning minority, immigrant, and tribal farmers and ranchers in California. We will conduct training and outreach to Latino, Southeast Asian and Native farmers and mentors in 10 counties.
Seattle Tilth provides farm business training and support to immigrants, refugees and people with limited financial resources in South King County. This farm incubator program is called Seattle Tilth Farm Works and is located in Auburn, WA.
Through a series of educational, technical assistance, and networking opportunities, WAgN works to increase the number of women owning and operating profitable farms and ag-related businesses, as well as their profile in leadership positions throughout the agricultural sectors of business, government and community.
Information, Education and Technical Assistance for Vermont's Beginning Farmers. The Vermont New Farmer Project is your access point to all the organizations, services, and educational opportunities for Vermont's new and aspiring farmers. We strive to keep our information current, comprehensive and easy to use.
ASAP Beginning Farmer Project is a collaboration with Mountain BizWorks, and Organic Growers School. Together, we work to foster the success of new, beginning, and growing farms in the Southern Appalachians.
This program "aims to support the long-term sustainability of local food production at the San Francisco Bay Area urban-rural edge, by delivering training and mentorship opportunities to beginning farmers and ranchers in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara Counties."