WORKING FROM THE GROUND UP

Now, more than ever, agriculture needs effective tools for creating and supporting change. Based on our experience in the field and our work with state and federal agencies CAP has developed a model for individuals and organizations that want to enable farmers to adopt change on a wide scale.

 

PUTTING THE FARM BILL TO WORK

The 2002 Farm Bill increased opportunities for minor crop growers to get financial assistance for using integrated pest management (IPM) and other environmentally sound growing practices through the federal conservation programs. Learn more about the programs, the benefits they offer and how growers can make use of the programs on their farms and orchards.

FIELD IMPLEMENTATION PROJECTS

Since 1996, the Center for Agricultural Partnerships has worked with more than 75 companies and organizations in seven states on more than 150,000 acres to improve farming practices and the environment. Take a tour of the projects and their results.