"The North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services' Agribusiness Development Office is conducting a pilot project to loan small batch dairy pasteurizers to specialty farmstead dairy producers in North Carolina.
"Farm Hack is a farmer-driven community to develop, document and build tools for resilient agriculture. We accelerate this process by connecting farmers with other farmers, engineers, designers, architects and other allies through in-person events on farms, at institutions, or in grange halls, and through an online forum.
The Farmers Adopting Computer Technology (FACT) project is designed to train farm families one-on-one or in group settings how to use computers for their farming operations in order to become more competitive in the market place.
Plowing Ground in New Jersey creates a comprehensive support system for beginning farmers in New Jersey. Qualified beginning farmers can attend educational courses and access materials, mentorship opportunities and access to land.
Community CROPS provides training, technical assistance and land access to beginning, immigrant and limited-resource farmers. Our goal is to help people create sustainable farm businesses to feed their families and their community. CROPS helps graduates of our 3-year program locate land to rent for starting their farm business.
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.
SLEWS - Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship - engages California high school students in habitat restoration projects that enhance classroom learning, develop leadership skills and result in real positive impact for the environment.