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The art and science of sustainable farming

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A local network of peers who openly share their skills and knowledge

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Formal apprenticeships for dairy graziers and vegetable growers

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January 19, 2021 – February 5, 2021
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Cultivating environmentally sound, economically viable, and community-focused farms and food systems

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2021 Pasability Award Recipients

Fri, January 22, 2021

Each year, we honor farmer, community, and business leaders who serve as examples for advancing sustainable agriculture through innovation and collaboration. We’re pleased to share this year’s award recipients. Join us at our 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting on January 30 to celebrate! Sustainable Agriculture Leadership Award Walnut Hill Farm: Michael, Karen, and Amelia Kovach Walnut […]

2021 Board of Directors Nominees

Fri, January 22, 2021

Learn about the 2021 nominees for Pasa’s board of directors. Voting is open to all current Pasa members. Members will receive instructions for casting their ballot online or by mail. Tyler Holmberg Since graduating from Muhlenberg College with a BA in environmental studies, Ty has had extensive experience in youth development, food sovereignty, and education […]

Diversified Vegetable Apprenticeship Q&A with Fullers Overlook Farm

Thu, November 12, 2020

As they near the end of their 18-month apprenticeship experience, we asked Master Grower Liz Krug and Apprentice Logan McCabe from Fullers Overlook Farm in Waverly, Pennsylvania to reflect on their time participating in Diversified Vegetable Apprenticeship. Learn more about hosting or becoming an apprentice here.  Master Grower: Liz Krug Why did you choose to become […]

What would it take to scale up pastured meat production?

Wed, June 24, 2020

Raising animals outdoors on deep-rooted, perennial pastures can have significant benefits for the environment, animal welfare, and human health. Yet, today, pastured meat remains a niche market. It’s estimated that less than 5% of the 32 million beef cattle, 5% of the 121 million hogs, and 0.01% of the 9 billion broilers produced in the […]

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