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Fall Covers for Spring Savings: Cover Crop Premium Discount Program by Illinois Dept. of Ag

Winter Street Farm

Abby Clarke and Jonathan Hayden operate Winter Street Farm, where they are using regenerative agriculture practices to grow sustainably. They used the funds from their New England Farmer Microgrants Program award to purchase a flail mower to continue expanding their no-till operation.

Sawyer Farm

Lincoln Fishman and his partner, Hilary Costa, operate Sawyer Farm as an organic, horse-powered, no-till farm. They were awarded a 2020 New England Farmer Microgrant, which they used to purchase equipment to expand their on-farm production.

California Policy

Learn more about AFT’s policy recommendations for California to protect vital agricultural land, promote environmentally sound growing practices, and keep farmers on the land for generations.

Soil Health for Dairy Suppliers

This project aims to help crop farmers who supply feed to Danone’s North American dairies build holistic soil health management systems across the project area.

New York Soil Health Specialists

AFT’s New York Soil Health Specialists program has trained a network of agricultural service professionals across New York to help farmers with soil health.

Sustainable Grazing Project

The Sustainable Grazing Project is AFT’s work promoting the adoption of regenerative farming practices that enhance soil health, sequester carbon, and increase productivity on farms and operations in Virginia.