COVID-19 Resources for Farmers & Markets
Soil health, no-till cover cropping, pest management, cover crop mixtures, harvesting cover crops for forage, and more!
Formal apprenticeships offer beginning farmers a guided pathway to manage or start their own farm, while the farmers who host them gain a committed employee invested in farming as a career.
This workshop is part of a three-session series.
What marketing models capitalize on the value of specialty products like grass-fed milk and meat?
Comply with science-based standards for safely growing, harvesting, and storing produce to minimize the risk of foodborne illness.
Prepare your own fertilizers and bio-inoculants using the principles of Korean Natural Farming and JADAM.
Explore urban soils and their relation to agriculture, stormwater management, climate, and public health.
December 6 - 2 – 6 p.m.
December 7 - 9 – 4 p.m.
Learn how you can improve your workforce and your soil health by participating in our formal apprenticeships and community science projects.
This year’s gathering will focus on climate resiliency strategies and collaborative marketing strategies.
Put your farm’s finances into context by participating in our Diversified Vegetable Financial Benchmark Study.
Silvopasture is a form of agroforestry that combines trees, forage, and livestock to create an integrated and intensively managed grazing system.
Your farm’s chart of accounts is a critical tool for organizing your finances and understanding how your business is making or losing money.
PASA Events, Webinar