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  • Building Soils for Better Crops, 3rd Edition
    Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books Building Soils for Better Crops 3rd Edition Building Soils for Better Crops 3rd Edition Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Building Soils for Better Crops 3rd Edition Sustainable Soil Management Online Version Free Download File 6 76 MB Online Text Version Print Version 20 95 Download this image Building Soils for Better Crops is a one of a kind practical guide to ecological soil management now expanded and in full color It provides step by step information on soil improving practices as well as in depth background from what soil is to the importance of organic matter Case studies of farmers from across the country provide inspiring examples of how soil and whole farms have been renewed through these techniques A must read for farmers educators and students alike Written by University of Vermont plant and soil science professor emeritus Fred Magdoff and Cornell University soil science professor Harold van Es Produced by Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education SARE Product specs Format Books Year 2010 Length 294 Pages How to order Online Version Free Download

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  • Crop Rotation Planning Manual
    Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books Crop Rotation on Organic Farms Crop Rotation on Organic Farms Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Crop Rotation on Organic Farms A Planning Manual Online Version Free Download File 2 96 MB Online Text Version Print Version 24 00 Download this image This manual provides an in depth review of the applications of crop rotation including improving soil quality and health and managing pests diseases and weeds Consulting with expert organic farmers the authors share rotation strategies that can be applied under various field conditions and with a wide range of crops Crop Rotation on Organic Farms will be most applicable for the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada but will also be useful in other parts of the U S Canada and even Europe Published by the Natural Resource Agriculture and Engineering Service NRAES and funded in part by SARE the book includes instructions for making rotation planning maps and discusses the transition to organic farming Other features include Problems and opportunities for over 500 crop sequences Characteristics of more than 60 crops and 70 weeds Crop diseases hosted by over 80 weed species Modes of transmission for 250 diseases of 24 crops Thirteen sample four and five year vegetable and grain crop rotations Managing Crop Rotation Chart with key tasks and steps Sample

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  • How to Direct Market Your Beef
    a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books How to Direct Market Your Beef How to Direct Market Your Beef Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results How to Direct Market Your Beef Online Version Free Download File 1 92 MB Online Text Version Print Version 14 95 Download this image How to Direct Market Your Beef portrays how one couple used its family s ranch to launch a profitable grass based beef operation focused on direct market sales From slaughtering to packaging through labeling and advertising Jan and Will Holder transform their real life experiences to a compelling narrative rich with practical tips Product specs Format Books Year 2005 Length 96 Pages How to order Online Version Free Download File 1 92 MB Online Text Version Print Version 14 95 Order by phone 301 779 1007 Visit How to Order for bulk discount and shipping rates additional ordering options order

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  • How to Manage the Blue Orchard Bee
    for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books How to Manage the Blue Orchard Bee How to Manage the Blue Orchard Bee Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results How to Manage the Blue Orchard Bee Online Version Free Download File 824 15 kB Download this image In recent years the blue orchard bee BOB has become established as an alternative orchard pollinator in North America With a strong preference for fruit trees BOBs are highly efficient pollinators in fact just 250 300 females will pollinate an entire acre of apples or almonds BOBs forage and pollinate under cloudy skies and at lower temperatures than most other bees They are easy to manage and rarely sting To learn how to manage BOBs for successful orchard pollination consult this guide from the USDA ARS Bee Biology and Systematics Laboratory Learn about BOB natural history Building nesting materials Rearing and wintering populations

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  • Land and Power
    Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Land and Power Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books Land and Power Land and Power Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Land and Power Sustainable Agriculture and African Americans Online Version Free Download File 11 99 MB Download this image Land and Power Sustainable Agriculture and African Americans features a selection of the presentations posters discussions and performances that made up this extraordinary joyous event The authors capture the perspectives of various Black American cultural leaders about land and power as they relate to sustainable agriculture and Black American traditions Land and Power places African American farmers their cultural traditions and the historical circumstances they have faced squarely in the forefront of the sustainable agriculture movement Product specs Format Books Year 2009 Length 216 Pages How to order Online Version

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  • Local Harvest
    Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books Local Harvest Local Harvest Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Local Harvest A Multifarm CSA Handbook Online Version Free Download File 1 87 MB Download this image Local Harvest A Multifarm CSA Handbook offers straightforward guidance on cooperative marketing an innovative practice that is helping CSAs stay strong and viable over the long term This 130 page book details how farmers in CSA cooperatives can best work together to market their produce including advice on staffing volunteer boards distribution legal topics and other practical information Want more information See the related SARE grant s FNE04 514 A Book on Why and How to Run Cooperative CSA Product specs Format Books Case Studies Project Products Year 2010 Length 126 Pages Location New Hampshire North Central Northeast South West How to order Online Version Free Download File 1 87 MB Only available online Tags Community Supported Agriculture Cooperatives Farm Business Management Marketing Management This material is

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  • Manage Insects on Your Farm
    Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books Manage Insects on Your Farm Manage Insects on Your Farm Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Manage Insects on Your Farm A Guide to Ecological Strategies Online Version Free Download File 3 46 MB Online Text Version Print Version 15 95 Download this image While every farming system is unique the principles of ecological pest management apply universally Manage Insects on Your Farm highlights ecological strategies that improve your farm s natural defenses and encourage beneficial insects to attack your worst pests Learn about the principles of ecologically based pest management and the strategies of farmers around the world to address insect problems Minimize insect damage with wise soil management and identify beneficial insects to put these good bugs to work for you Examples of successful pest management strategies sprinkled throughout the book will stimulate your imagination to develop a more complex more diverse ecosystem on your farm Product specs Format Books Year 2005 Length 128 Pages How to order Online Version Free Download File 3 46 MB Online Text Version Print Version 15 95 Order by phone 301

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  • Managing Alternative Pollinators
    for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Educational Resources Books Managing Alternative Pollinators Managing Alternative Pollinators Looking for something different Search the Learning Center Back to Search Results Managing Alternative Pollinators A Handbook for Beekeepers Growers and Conservationists Online Version Free Download File 4 96 MB Print Version 28 00 Download this image Managing Alternative Pollinators A Handbook for Beekeepers Growers and Conservationists is a first of its kind step by step full color guide for rearing and managing bumble bees mason bees leafcutter bees and other bee species that provide pollination alternatives to the rapidly declining honey bee Written by Eric Mader of the Xerces Society Pollinator Conservation Program Professor of Entomology Marla Spivak and Elaine Evans author of Befriending Bumble Bees the book includes expert information on the business and biology of pollination and how to guidance on raising the alternative bee species The book is ideal for Beekeepers Detailed information on each alternative pollinator s biology disease pest and chemical susceptibility and step by step instructions on how to rear and manage Growers Guidance for understanding the business of pollination matching pollinators to crops and deciding how best to pollinate for successful agriculture and pollinator protection Concerned Citizens Easy to understand accounts of the honey bee s plight the business of pollination and

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