Through on-farm learning events and informational support, this three-year project will build a set of stories, and case studies and support a network for farmers of all sizes and scales around water resilience farming practices.
Read American Farmland Trust’s guidebook that provides agricultural landowners with the tools and skills to make informed decisions on solar leasing, and to better anticipate production losses and avoid costly legal conflicts.
The Veteran Women for the Land project aims to foster a community of practice among veteran women farmers in the Pacific Northwest through a series of listening sessions, Learning Circles, and convenings. Our project offers both in-person and virtual learning opportunities tailored to the participants’ interests, providing veteran women with the necessary skills, training, and experience they need to be successful in agriculture.
This project aims to bring American Farmland Trust’s innovative Women for the Land Learning Circle programming to women ranchers and ranchland owners in Northeast Oregon (particularly Union, Baker, and Wallowa Counties) to advance soil health an rancher resilience.
An overview of Oregon state policy to protect farmland and support diverse farmers in climate smart agriculture and farm viability.
Eloheh Farm and Seeds, specializing in perennial plants native to Oregon or the local Northern Kalapuya Indian tribal bands, used a Brighter Future Fund grant to build a farm stand and finish a greenhouse.
AFT’s Farmers Combat Climate Change project in the Pacific Northwest aims to elevate the role of farmers and farmland to adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change.
AFT’s Farmland for a New Generation helps beginning farmers find land and retiring farmers keep their land in agriculture in the Pacific Northwest.
AFT helps women farmers and landowners protect their land and embrace conservation.