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Flood Impacts & Solutions

How can farms help mitigate floods and protect communities downstream? (Hint: it starts in our soil!)

Farm Bill 101: What Is a Marker Bill?

Hear from policy experts about how these mini policy packages help rally support for the big issues—and learn how you can take action!

Clarifying Stormwater Regulations for High Tunnels

When it comes to stormwater management, do these temporary structures need to be regulated the same as permanent buildings?

2023 Farm Innovations

From a chicken palace to a mobile herb dryer, our 2023 Farm Innovations show featured a lot of impressive builds as well as many elegant solutions to farming challenges.

Building Equity for U.S. Farmers: A Talk with PA’s Agriculture Secretary

Secretary Redding provides insight on the inner-workings of the committee. He also shares his personal philosophy on the importance of diversity and inclusion and discusses his approach to growing equity here in Pennsylvania.

IPM Perspectives: Vegetable Disease ID & Prevention with Dr. Beth Gugino

Find out how to recognize the early signs of diseases and take steps to prevent them.

Circular Success Story: How Philly Restaurants Won the Right to Reuse

Learn how a circular economy advocacy group, a zero-waste design firm, and a local restaurant teamed up to convince the City of Philadelphia that takeout customers deserve an alternative to single-use to-go containers.

Alley Cropping at Many Streams Farm

This agroforestry case study highlights a nonprofit farm that worked with Pasa to design an alley cropping site plan that would address natural resource concerns on their land.

Alley Cropping at Weavers Way

This agroforestry case study highlights an urban farm that worked with Pasa and Interlace Commons to design an alley cropping site plan that would maximize space in their existing orchard.

Alley Cropping at Good Work Farm

This agroforestry case study highlights a draft-horse powered diversified vegetable farm that worked with Pasa and Interlace Commons to design an alley cropping site plan that would accommodate its unique goals.

Get to know: Alley Cropping

Get an overview of this ancient agroforestry practice that today’s land stewards can adapt to conserve and enrich natural resources while diversifying their income streams.

Digging into the Science of Nutrient Density

The concept of nutrient-dense food has been growing in popularity for decades, but how do we actually define and quantify it?

Listening Session: How Can We Help Schools Address Food Insecurity?

One out of every six children in Pennsylvania faces hunger. USDA child nutrition waivers are expiring. How can we protect and support vital school and community meal programs today?

Step Up Your Seed Starting to Grow More at Any Scale

Whether you want to increase your production space, or improve the efficiency of the space you have, you’ll find out about tools and techniques to germinate seeds faster, and grow healthier plants, and improve your bottom line.

New Soil Health Tools, Insights & Opportunities

Get research updates from Pasa and Rodale Institute, learn about new data management tools, and find out about funding opportunities to support soil health practices on your farm.

Creating Your First (& Second) Crop Plan

Learn how crop planning can help you increase production and efficiency on your operation.

2022 Farm Innovations

Farm Innovations from 2022 featured innovative planting techniques, on-farm alternative energy systems, and some time-saving DIY field tools!

Agriculture and Local Food Economies in the Appalachian Region

A new report from the Appalachian Regional Commission examines recent agricultural and food systems trends and emerging opportunities in the region, including Pasa’s apprenticeship programs.

Listening Session: What Do You Want in the Next Farm Bill?

Learn about what’s included in the current bill, and hear from our community about improvements they’d like to see in 2023.

Impact of COVID-19 on Pennsylvania farm revenue

Looking back at the 2020 season with the help of 300 farmers.

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