Really Simple Syndication (RSS)
is an XML-based format for content distribution.
AFT offers RSS feeds for use in news readers
and weblogs (blogs). Subscribe free and you'll get the most up-to-date headlines, stories, press releases and action alerts.
Add American Farmland Trust's Blog Feed: The Farmland Report
Podcasting is a way of publishing
audio and video on-demand programs to the Web,
allowing people to subscribe to a podcast and
receive new episodes on their computer
and portable devices—such as an iPod—automatically
through an RSS feed.
Go to the American Farmland Trust podcast
AFT on YouTube
We've created an American Farmland Trust channel on YouTube. You can subscribe to the channel and receive notification of new uploads.
How to Access RSS Feeds
There are a number of ways
to access or view RSS feeds. You can use a web-based
news reader or service such as those developed
by Google and My
Yahoo!. You can also install a dedicated
news reader on a computer or as a plug-in for
your browser. Then, personally selected RSS
feeds will be displayed. After installing the
news reader, you can add each feed manually from
a web site by clicking on "Subscribe" or
the "XML" or "RSS" orange
button next to the feed, such as that for AFT.
Podcasts can be downloaded directly
from RSS feeds containing media file links or
by subscribing to the Podcast through services
such as the Apple iTunes Store. More information
about subscribing to podcasts
is available on the Apple
iTunes Web site and on Wikipedia.