Blog

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 »

e8d766 NewsJune 14, 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.... Read More »

96a49c Farmers SpeakJune 10, 2019
The Healthy Farm Partnerships Project

Farming with a spouse presents a complex layering of business and personal values, interests, assets, and goals. As such, Farm Commons has launched a new initiative in support of healthy farm partnerships. 

Our staff member Eva is the lead for this project, as she knows firsthand about the complexities of being in a... Read More »

e8d766 NewsJune 07, 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 Executive Director, Rachel Armstrong!

Where’s your hometown?... Read More »

e8d766 NewsMay 31, 2019

Sarah celebrating on a long-distance trail run near Los Angeles, CA

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.... Read More »

96a49c Farmers SpeakApril 30, 2019

(The Zenz Family, Photo from Old Oak Family Farm)

On the farm there is no shortage of work to be done. Seeds must be sown, transplants must be set out, crops must be cultivated and harvested, livestock must be cared for, and all manner of buildings and equipment require both maintenance and repair at some point in their... Read More »

Log in

Is this your first time here?