The Northeast Beginning Farmer Project is hosted by the Cornell Small Farms Program.
Cornell Small Farms Program Mission
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.
To learn more about the Small Farms program, you can download the following.
Free copies of all of our outreach materials are available upon request.
- Small Farms Program Rack Cards (.gif)
- Beginning Farmer Project Rack Cards (.gif)
- Small Farm Publications Rack Cards (.gif)
- Small Farms Program Posters (.jpeg)
- Small Farms Program Travel Display (.jpeg)
To order free copies of the materials above, or to borrow the Small Farms Program Travel Display, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Cornell Animal Science
USDA - NRCS/Central New York RC
Sapbush Hollow Farm
Whisper Wind Farm
(585) 728 5783
CCE Franklin County
Assoc. Professor, Dept. of Horticulture, and
Director of the Small Farms Program
CCE Tompkins County