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Perennial Donors - Our Monthly Giving Program

Named after perennial plants that come back time and time again, the Perennial Donations are designed to be a hassle-free, automatic way for you to help continue the growth and success of PASA and our mission.

Perennial Donors


Become a Perennial Donor! 

Perennial donors are those who commit to a recurring gift, starting at $10/month. 

For $10 a month, for instance, you can help fund the soil research project PASA has been conducting, dedicated to showing the numbers behind the truth that PASA farms are sequestering carbon and actually returning fertility to the earth, all while growing healthy, vital food. 

$25 a month helps support PASA researchers in their mission to publish, travel, and share what our farmers are doing with the broader agricultural community, both with other farmers as well as with researchers, extension professionals, and non-profit agencies across the nation. 

$50 a month helps fund the core operational aspects of PASA, from the people who answer the phones (and try to answer questions about everything from hoop houses to chickens), to the field workers who organize farm tours and workshops year-round, all over the state. 

$100 a month helps support the education of a beginning dairy farmer in the Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship program, the first formal apprenticeship program for farm management recognized by the U.S. Dept of Labor. 

You can support PASA with affordable monthly payments by joining the Perennial Club today! The Perennial Club, named after plants that return year after year, is a easy, secure, automatic way to support PASA at any giving level. Upon signing up, you’re a member! It’s that easy, and keeps your membership current.
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