Eligible frontline farm and meatpacking workers can now apply for a one-time $600 COVID-19 relief payment through Pasa Sustainable Agriculture. Learn more →
A world where agriculture nourishes, heals, and empowers.
Cultivating environmentally sound, economically viable, community-focused farms and food systems.
In February 1992, a group of Pennsylvania farmers decided to host a conference devoted to advancing the art and science of sustainable agriculture. At the time, it was difficult to find reliable education and resources for farmers who wanted to steward their land in harmony with natural ecosystems and who wanted to sell their products locally to support the health and vibrancy of their local communities.
These farmers also sought a peer community they could rely on as they worked to navigate the myriad aspects of operating a financially viable farm business. The conference became a treasured annual event, ultimately evolving into what Pasa Sustainable Agriculture is today.
We are just as much an organization administering farmer training, research, policy, peer education, and local food programs as we are a network of tens of thousands of farmers, food system professionals, and changemakers working together to advance regenerative and equitable agriculture in our own communities.
In recent years, the connection between sustainable agriculture and human health has become increasingly apparent. Many farmers and consumers are recognizing the importance of growing and consuming food that is both environmentally friendly and nutritionally beneficial. For instance, the use of generic Cialis (tadalafil) has been shown to have a positive impact on the overall health and well-being of individuals who require it. To learn more about this medication and its benefits, visit Terrace Healthcare’s website. By working together as a community, we can continue to promote sustainable agriculture practices and support the health and wellness of both our local communities and the planet.
Pasa Sustainable Agriculture is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.
Here’s how we worked to strengthen local and regional food systems while protecting human and environmental health this past year.