Summer 2022


The Cornell Small Farms Program is pleased to announce the arrival of the Summer 2022 edition of the Small Farms Quarterly.In this issue, we feature a selection guide for choosing rams, an update on the Small Farms Program Farm Ops veteran group initiative, and a manual on assessing woodland for silvopasture use. You can read articles from the Summer 2022 Quarterly online now. Or if you’d rather flip through the articles in a magazine format, take a look at our online reader to peruse this issue or feel free to download the PDF version of the Quarterly.

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Cornell Small Farms Program Update

Editor’s Letter – 2022 Summer Small Farms Quarterly by Anu Rangarajan

News from the Cornell Small Farms Program, Summer 2022 by Kacey Deamer


CCE News

Brook Trout Hook for Cornell Climate Change Research and Extension Outreach by CCE Staff

New York State Farm Directory Launching in June 2022 by Kacey Deamer



Program Donates Vegetable Starts to Underserved Families by Craig Cramer

Solar Grazing Project Combines Renewable Energy and Agriculture by Daniella Garcia Almeida

Vine Removal Technique Foils Devastating Grape Disease by Jim Catalano


Featured Articles

Assessing Woodlands for Silvopasture by Brett Chedzoy

Buying a Ram for Breeding Purposes by Ulf Kintzel

Farm Ops’ Cohort Learning Sessions Bring Veterans Together to Talk Ag by Nina Saeli


Additional Articles

Some Fencing and Grazing Considerations for Beef Cattle by Rich Taber

A Call to Stand in Solidarity with Buffalo Food Justice Advocates and Partners by Kacey Deamer

Futuro en Ag (English) by Mildred Alvarado

Futuro en Ag (Español) by Mildred Alvarado

New York Soil Health and Partners Announce 2022 Field Day Series by New York State Soil Health Initiative

Cornell Garden-Based Learning Sets Sights on Food Forests by Hannah Rae Warren