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Energy and Sustainable Agriculture Program

 
     
 
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MINNESOTA
  American Indian Movement
  Farmers Legal Action Group
  Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College
  Land Stewardship Project
  Leech Lake Tribal College
  Minnesota Department of Agriculture
   
Energy and Sustainable Agriculture Program
Farm Planning & Practices
  Minnesota Food Association
  Sustainable Farming Association of Minnesota
  University of Minnesota

Program Description
The Energy and Sustainable Agriculture Program demonstrates and promotes alternative farming practices that are energy-efficient, environmentally sound, profitable and enhance the selfsufficiency of Minnesota farmers. The program focuses on on-farm research and information transfer, and administers demonstration grants and loans. This program sponsors on-farm research on weed management, composting and nitrogen management and prepares case studies of sustainable farms, plus administers a farmer-mentor program to assist beginning or transitional farmers in adopting alternative systems.

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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