Current information is essential to manage your farm and grow your business. The Cornell Small Farms Program has created a suite of resources based on these needs, ranging from production to policy and everything in-between.
Keep Current and Fine-Tune Your Farm Business
There's such a depth of information available to help small farms succeed. Explore these resources to learn ways to strengthen your small farm viability.
If there's other information or resources that you would be interested in, please contact us and let us know. We also welcome your input.
Building Farm Resilience During COVID-19
The current COVID-19 pandemic has many wondering what they can, and should, do. Here we provide information and resources to help guide the farming community.
You can access a library of detailed guides on a variety of topics – all focused on supporting all phases of small farm business development.
Farm Employee Training Resources and Standard Operating Procedures
Videos, fact sheets and websites to help farm owners and managers train employees in general farm processes and advanced farm operations.
Refugees in Agriculture
This directory provides information about organizations working with refugee populations engaged in agriculture in New York State.
Small Farms E-Newsletter
Our bi-monthly email newsletter includes a summary of news, events, job openings, grant and loan opportunities, and other resource relevant to small farms.
Small Farms Quarterly
Our magazine features stories on small farms research, farmer experiences, production techniques and innovation, and more to help farmers reach their goals.
We have produced a variety of webinars and videos featuring educators, farmers, researchers and others sharing information on a variety of small farm topics.