Dedicated to creating a knowledge and networking resource for farmer and potential famers, educators, activist, and policy makers interested in promoting small, diverse, locally-based, sustainable farm enterprises.
Michigan Organic Farm Mentors
Share your knowledge with new or less-experienced organic farmers by participating in the Michigan Organic Farmer Mentor Program. Or, team up with a mentor to help guide you through the organic farming process.
GAPs On Your Farm
by Phil Tocco | Learn more about composing Good Agricultural Practices (GAP) manuals, which contain detailed procedures for maintaining safe practices, from the field to the consumer.
Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development
The mission of MDARD is to protect, promote and preserve the food, agricultural, environmental and economic interests of the people of Michigan.
Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture
A research and education center on the campus of Iowa State University created to identify and reduce negative environmental and social impacts of farming and develop new ways to farm profitably while conserving natural resources.
Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service
MOSES is a 501(c)3 education-outreach organization working to promote sustainable and organic agriculture. MOSES serves farmers striving to produce high-quality, healthful food using organic and sustainable techniques. These farmers produce more than just food, they support thriving ecosystems and vibrant rural communities.
Michigan Organic Food & Farm Alliance
MOFFA works to create more public awareness about the nature of industrialized food supply and its environmental and social hazards, teaching consumers to value and to choose organically grown food produced in their own locales. MOFFA is a force for generating public awareness about the need for more decentralized food systems that allow for greater participation and choice on the part of all citizens.
Organic Farming Research Foundation
Our mission is to foster the improvement and widespread adoption of organic farming systems. OFRF’s integrated strategy of grantmaking, policy, education and networking initiatives supports organic farmers’ immediate information needs while moving the public and policymakers toward greater investment in organic farming systems.
Find, share, organize the most useful small farming resources and information. You know that "Getting back to basics" in farming is a lot harder than it sounds. It takes research, science, engineering, trial-and-error, and sweat. We’re going to start by helping you keep track of the latest farming information and access the most useful resources your fellow farmers are finding. Small farmers have to stick together. Let’s learn, share, leverage, and improve our food system. Together. Check out our new Facebook page!