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Save the Date!! The next webinar in our series covers Tree Fodders in Silvopasture, featuring "Silvopasture" author and Cornell Agroforestry Extension Specialist Steve Gabriel!

Friday 11/2 at 1:30 Eastern - register through the link below!

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Farmers Stesha and Jeremy at Elianas Garden both grew up with backgrounds in farming, horticulture, and agricultural education. Their holistic approach to la... ... See MoreSee Less

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Reminder about Syrup Symposium this weekend in Summersville, WV. www.syrupsymposium.com/ ... See MoreSee Less

Reminder about Syrup Symposium this weekend in Summersville, WV. https://www.syrupsymposium.com/

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Membership Benefits

Training and Support

Hands-on workshops on all aspects of operations: choosing and preparing a site, management planning, organic production and certification, forest grown verification, best handling and processing practices, value added production techniques, forest farming business planning and record keeping. Unique opportunities to see value-added facilities and productive forest farms.

Valuable Resources

This Coalition clearinghouse website houses a wide array of online and video resources for forest farmers on diverse topics from industry basics to cultivation to value added production and beyond. The coalition will also help link members to free and reduced rate seed distribution programs and house an equipment share forum to assist growers in accessing tools for harvest and processing. Bi-annual Appalachian Forest Farmer Chronicle.

Connecting Growers

Forest farmer and industry stakeholder meetings will offer opportunities for growers to connect with buyers, organic certifiers, representatives from verification and other labeling programs.

Technical Assistance

Forest farmer to forest farmer mentorship program. Access to university extension and other agency personnel for FAQs and assistance with site and habitat management planning.

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