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e8d766 NewsFebruary 20, 2020

Farm Commons is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that empowers farmers to create solutions to their business law needs, within a community of support. We do this by fostering education, leadership development, and community-based problem solving. We work as a small but mighty team of remote staff who wake up each day ready to empower sustainable farmers nationwide to build... Read More »

e8d766 NewsJanuary 24, 2020

We are welcoming a new part-time team member to join our close-knit group. The Legal and Community Research Associate Position offers individuals a powerful opportunity to remake farm business law as a force by and for our nation’s farmers, with a focus on the most innovative and direct to consumer operations. To build that future, we need someone with sharp legal research and community... Read More »

e8d766 NewsOctober 02, 2019
For more information contact:
North Central Region - Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (NCR-SARE)
612-626-3113
e8d766 NewsAugust 02, 2019

Farm Commons to Host Free Farm Law Workshops for Agricultural Service Providers in 6 Midwestern States This Fall

When farmers have law-related questions they turn to the advisors they already trust, such as Extension agents, nonprofit staff, accountants, and lenders. In a Farm... Read More »

e8d766 NewsJune 27, 2019

Eva at the Chatham Mills Farmers Market in Pittsboro, NC - Photo by Lea Ciceraro

Our team at Farm Commons is made up of wildly talented, passionate, food and farm loving leaders. This month, we’ll be featuring a staff member each week so you can learn more about the gals that make our farm law educational programming happen every... Read More »

e8d766 NewsJune 21, 2019

Our team at Farm Commons is made up of wildly talented, passionate, food and farm loving leaders. This month, we’ll be featuring a staff member each week so you can learn more about the gals that make our farm law educational programming happen every day, in all the ways.

This week, meet our Legal Fellow, Stephanie Schlitter! 

Where’s your hometown? I... Read More »

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