Farm Hack is a worldwide community of farmers that build and modify our own tools. We share our hacks online and at meet ups because we become better farmers when we work together.
Who is Farm Hack?
Farm Hack is a community for those who embrace the long-standing farm traditions of tinkering, inventing, fabricating, tweaking, and improving things that break. We are farmers of all ages, but the project has special relevance to young and beginning farmers as a place to learn from their peers’ and their elders’ successes, mistakes and new ideas. We also seek to bring our non-farmer allies on board: engineers, architects, designers, and the like. Together, with an open-source ethic, we can retool our farms for a sustainable future.
Want to get in touch with the volunteers who coordinate this website and events? E-mail Farm Hack at: email@example.com
Farm Hack Culture: What we are doing // Why we are doing it
Farm Hack is a community of collaborators interested in developing and sharing open-source tools for a resilient agriculture. We exist as a platform for community-based sharing and collaborative research. Individuals and organizations, non-profits and businesses alike are invited to participate. Read more about our community structure, vision and principles on the Farm Hack Culture page.
By making a free Farm Hack account, you are joining a community of users and organizations to build a collaborative platform for developing and sharing tools of all kinds, in the name of open knowledge sharing and resilient agricultural systems.
Useful Farm Hack How-To’s
Farm Hack is a participatory and cumulative project that is as strong as we make it together. Besides documenting tools and other knowledge in the Tool Library and Forum, there are a few other ways to contribute.
Plan a Farm Hack event
Become a Farm Hack community facilitator
Interested in diving into the organizational nuts and bolts of Farm Hack? Knowledgeable about working in Drupal and/or WordPress? It’s a fun, mostly volunteer group. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on becoming an organizer.
All Farm Hack documentation and written materials are open source, both hardware and software.
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