The GREENHORNS believe we humans must reform agriculture to survive on this planet. Our mission is to create a welcoming cultural space and a practical professional resource for those new to ecological farming. We make books, films, radio, parties, symposia, workshops, networking and online curriculum. We are based in rural Maine where we farm and host campers, researchers, media producers, artists and collaborators. Our community is the international movement of LA VIA CAMPESINA. Our activism helps us express our solidarity with future generations and the non-human world. Come! We can do it together.

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A Digital Magazine & Podcast For The Intrepid Young Farmer

Watch the first episode of our new series EARTHLIFE, exploring the landscape, looking upstream, downriver and out to sea to discover the destiny of our home region. Alongside our films, we've created a multimedia learning-experience with audio interviews, articles, out-links, archival and contemporary materials that inform an approach to ecological farming, rural enterprise and coalition building.

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anthropocene magazine: how to repurpose food waste to grow healthier crops

Posted: February 23 2021
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job opportunity (park city): permaculture / landscape company manager / site lead

Posted: February 22 2021
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online cooking classes with ballymaloe cookery school!

Posted: February 22 2021
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the rodale institute is hiring!

Posted: February 12 2021
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national young farmers coalition report: towards a more equitable farming future

Posted: February 10 2021
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from disparity to parity for all: equity and land access for all

Posted: February 10 2021
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more funds, less credit needed for indian farmers

Posted: February 10 2021
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tending the wild

Posted: February 8 2021
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toolkit for congress to tackle the food monopoly crisis

Posted: February 3 2021
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deadline 2/5/21: quivira coalition is hiring for a communications and development director

Posted: February 2 2021
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healing & growing woodbridge farm

Posted: February 2 2021
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a growing culture

Posted: February 1 2021
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honoring amigo bob cantisano: organic movement trail-blazer and earth champion

Posted: January 28 2021
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the usual suspects: recent article from indra shekhar Singh on the farmer's strike in india

Posted: January 25 2021
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all watched over by machines of loving grace (tv series)

Posted: January 21 2021
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whitewashed hope: regenerative agriculture & permaculture offer narrow solutions to the climate crisis

Posted: January 20 2021
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free workshop with jm fortier - farm profitability

Posted: January 19 2021
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the quapaw nation’s casino farms its own food

Posted: January 19 2021
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deadline: mit food & ag club grant applications due 1/31

Posted: January 15 2021
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recap: plant-out camp out @ mozaic farm in chicacum, wa

Posted: January 14 2021
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on the commons to which we belong: for the wild podcast interview with severine

Posted: December 31 2020
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ORFC Global 2021: register for workshops

Posted: December 29 2020
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oxford real farming conference 2021: online and global event

Posted: December 28 2020
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planting seeds of peace with severine fleming on the codepink podcast

Posted: December 27 2020
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the movement of "boulanger paysan" farmer bakers in france and around the world.

Posted: December 25 2020
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csart: community supported art by the rural academy theater

Posted: December 24 2020
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1 billion rising 2021: rising gardens campaign

Posted: December 24 2020
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southern california, now all covered in housing blocks... a lesson for all regions! early los angeles agriculture as a model for hawaii

Posted: December 24 2020
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kanadarian farm no till intercropping video!

Posted: December 24 2020
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land value talk from radicalxchange

Posted: December 24 2020

New Farmers Almanac

Order now: Vol V

The New Farmer’s Almanac, Vol V is an antidote to the repeating story of helplessness in the face of climo-politico-econo-corona-chaos. In these pages, dozens of contributing writers and artists report from the seas, the borders, the woods, the fields, and the hives. Farmers, poets, grocers, gardeners, architects, activists, agitators—all join forces to re-vision the future of food systems and land use. This is our Grand Land Plan.

 

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