Our mission is to foster the sustainability of diverse, thriving small farms that contribute to food security, healthy rural communities, and the environment. We do this by encouraging small farms-focused research and extension programs and fostering collaboration in support of small farms.
Learn about our 2012 projects, funding sources and other activities by downloading our 2012 Annual Report
Outreach Materials – Print ready!
To learn more about what we do, you can download the following. These high resolution rack cards are print ready if you would like to print your own copies for a fair, festival, farm dinner or field day.
Small Farms Program Network of Support
The Small Farms Program couldn’t be successful without the support of an amazing and broad network of people. This includes Cornell Cooperative Extension educators across the state, the Editorial Team for the Small Farm Quarterly, the Small Farms Leadership Team (listed below), and our program staff.
Small Farms Leadership Team
|County Extension Educators||Campus Faculty and Extension|
CCE Tompkins County
Cornell Animal Science
CCE Yates County
Northwest NY Ag Team
CALS – Natural Resources
CCE Allegany County
Cornell Animal Science Department
CCE Cortland County
Community and Regional Development Institute (CaRDI)
Department of Development Sociology
CCE Sullivan County
|Farmers||Nonprofit / Organization|
|Karma Glos: Kingbird Farm
Business and Succession Planning Coordinator, FarmNet
|Jim and Adele Hayes
Sapbush Hollow Farm
Consultant, Natural Resource/Conservation
Summit Naturals Organic Farm
North Shore Land Alliance
151 Post Road, Old Westbury, NY 11568
| Liz Martin
Muddy Fingers Farm