The Sustainable Agriculture Case Studies project is a partnership among several organizations and numerous individuals. The project reflects the partners’ understanding that farmers learn best from each other and that strong connections across the landscape will result in wider adoption of effective soil health practices. These new case studies, and a related previous series, are the basis of FarmMaps.umn.edu, a farmer-to-farmer networking tool, adapted to a variety of outreach platforms allowing interested farmers to learn about, connect with, and receive advice from fellow farmers with experience successfully applying soil health practices.
Sustainable Farming Association, Center for Integrated Natural Resources and Agricultural Management (CINRAM), University of Minnesota Extension Southeast Regional Sustainable Development Partnership (Southeast RSDP)
Soil Health Case Studies, Vol. III.
Sustainable Farming Association.
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