Agrarian Trust and the Agrarian Commons model were built with many hands over several years. Below we share with you a variety of resources to find out more about how this new land model.
Read more about the Agrarian Commons ModelFind out what an Agrarian Commons is, and more about the Agrarian Commons model.
Watch Podcasts & Videos We have a variety of podcasts covering many aspects of Agrarian Trust’s work. Browse from many titles and find what peaks your interest.
Dig Deeper into Research Reports & Guidebooks
This section shares in-depth research, findings and reports by independent entities such as Patagonia, the National Young Farmer’s Coalition, American Farmland Trust and the Environmental Defense Fund. These guidebooks and reports offer a thorough investigation into our current food system and how it needs to change based on evidence-based findings.
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March 3, 2022
February 23, 2022
Farmer for Puget Sound farmland has been found!
January 20, 2022
All of these publications are talking about Agrarian Trust!
November 18, 2021
Announcing our newest Agrarian Commons!
October 7, 2021
Triple Match Now in Effect!
August 31, 2021
A Letter from director Ian McSweeney
July 13, 2021
Land as a community resource
June 17, 2021
Reading for Juneteenth
June 3, 2021
Who is essential to your agrarian community?
March 17, 2021
Have you heard what is happening in West Virginia?
January 21, 2021
Agrarian Trust: Embracing Hope Amidst Crisis
Learn About Who Can Help: Service Providers
Are you interested in knowing who is working to help provide equitable land access opportunities in your area?
Agrarian Trust is developing a network of service providers and land access advocates who understand the concepts, processes, and steps involved in creating community-based, equitable land tenure, and who are available to assist in the growth of the Agrarian Commons.
This national network consists of trained professionals who are available to assist farm owners looking to transition their land, or farmers seeking access to land, in order to navigate and guide them through a process with care and consideration.
The goal is to provide a network of support available to Agrarian Commons constituents in order to ensure the longevity of this new land model. We invite you to connect with the Commons Alliance network to stay informed about who is working in your area.
We are currently implementing regional service provider training programs with grants from Northeast SARE and North Central SARE.
We will publish the list of service providers as soon as the programs are completed and the list becomes available.