Through our regional Farmer Networks, growers in similar production systems meet with each other to explore practices, strategies, and opportunities to make farmland more profitable and resilient through healthier soil. The goal of the groups is to provide a space for peer-to-peer networking and problem-solving for more advanced producers, to connect growers with conservation program funding opportunities, and to provide additional technical and funding support that will advance farm soil health and conservation goals.
Our role at The Million Acre Challenge is to listen, learn – and respond with resources farmers say will make the most difference to their operations. Networks are a key component of the Million Acre Challenge mission: to build soil health, increase farm profitability, and improve water quality while making farms resilient and active in the face of climate change.
Note: Our Farmer Networks are currently at capacity. Farmers interested in future opportunities are encouraged to reach out so we can be in touch when openings come available.Contact