Forest

Forest Farming Introduction

Forest farming is an agroforestry practice which cultivates medicinal, edible, decorative, and handicraft crops under a forest canopy that is managed to provide shade levels and habitat

which favor growth and enhance production. Forest farming supplies marketable non-timber forest products like edible plants and fungi, medicinals, decorative and ornamental and handcrafts, as well as other practices such as beekeeping and silvopasture.

What is forest farming?          Forest farming FAQ         Who are forest farmers?

 

What is Forest Farming?

The Forest Farmer's Handbook: A Beginner's Guide to Growing and Marketing At-Risk Forest Herbs

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Forest Trees

Forest Farming FAQ

Jeremy and Stesha, Eliana’s Garden





Paul Strauss, Equinox Botanicals





Larry Harding, Hardings Farm





About ABFFC






 

Who Are Forest Farmers?

Jeremy and Stesha, Eliana’s Garden





Paul Strauss, Equinox Botanicals





Larry Harding, Hardings Farm





About ABFFC






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