With support from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation’s Save our Great Lakes program, the Women for the Land-New York team will accelerate the adoption of regenerative agriculture practices on over 2,400 acres across the New York portion of the Great Lakes Basin. This project will feature interactive, farmer-led, technical events and will add five women-led farms to our Demonstration Farm Network.
AFT’s Women for the Land program in New York supports women involved in every stage of agriculture across the state. The program provides education and technical assistance to promote sound farming practices, and creates opportunities for networking and community building with peers and their service provider network.
In 2022, Elaine; owner of Old Homestead Alpacas in Walla Walla; applied for a Pacific Northwest Brighter Future Fund award through the American Farmland Trust. For Elaine, wind is a significant challenge to the flower subscription that she offers from the flowers she grows. Learn more on how she has gained financial support through AFT’s Brighter Future Fund.
AFT’s Women for the Land program in California provides technical support and networking for women farmers.
AFT helps women farmers and landowners protect their land and embrace conservation.