Washington FarmLink is the state’s leading program to link aspiring farmers and landowners and help build sustainable farming operations. FarmLink addresses barriers that farmers face in keeping their land in farming and answers the call for more technical assistance and education.
Puget Sound Fresh is the region's premier consumer education and product identification program. Puget Sound Fresh educates consumers in 12 counties about the health and environmental benefits of buying and eating locally grown.
Farm-to-Table Trade Meetings connect local farmers with local food buyers.By bringing together farmers, processors, distributors, retailers and others along the value chain, we develop market efficiencies and generate new sales.
Washington State University Researchers and Extension Educators are researching different methods for reducing tillage in Organic vegetable production. This video demonstrates termination of barley and vetch cover crops with a roller/crimper and flail mower.
"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.
There are an estimated 1,200 Latino farmworkers on our dairy farms in Vermont. The Farming Across Cultures Communication Project began in May of 2010 with an overall objective of increased communication, understanding, and training on farms with Latino employees.
The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR), UVM Extension, and the Poultney-Mettowee Conservation District teamed together to develop and administer the Agronomy and Conservation Assistance Program (ACAP).