Our agroforestry courses are designed to help you build your knowledge of beneficial farming practices that include trees –– such as silvopasture, alley cropping and forest farming.
GROW YOUR AGROFORESTRY KNOWLEDGE
LOOKING TO EXPAND
YOUR TREE CROP SYSTEMS SKILLS? WE'VE GOT A COURSE FOR YOU.
FOR NATURAL RESOURCE PROFESSIONALS
This agroforestry training program is custom designed for individuals like you who work with land managers, with the goal of helping you expand your knowledge of agroforestry to better serve your clients and community. Six courses offer a deep-dive into key agroforestry topics: forest farming, silvopasture, and alley cropping and more.
Available on-demand with options to engage with small-group cohorts and in-person events hosted at farms across the Midwest, Northeast, and Southeast in 2023. Developed in collaboration with the Savanna Institute, Interlace Commons, and Appalachian Sustainable Development.LEARN MORE
STEM TEACHER TRAINING
FOR HIGH SCHOOL CLASSROOMS
This online course introduces educators to core concepts in teaching high school STEM classes about climate-smart agriculture – a vital topic of study in any 21st Century classroom. Lessons included in the course guide educators in teaching about both the problems and solutions related to climate change and agriculture.LEARN MORE
LET'S STUDY THE CONSERVATION BENEFITS
Four new modules for conservation professionals on Climate Conservation: Farming with trees; Building Soil Health through Agroforestry; Improving Water Quality with Trees; and Providing Agroforestry Technical Assistance: The Basics.
Regenerative is not about just putting something in the ground and making the ground healthy, it’s about restoring the full cycles of the ecology.
____Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquín, Regenerative Poultry Alliance, Salvatierra Farms, Minnesota
The beauty of agroforestry is that it is so adaptable to so many different kinds of ecosystems, food production goals, and labor capacities.”
____Elle Sullivan, Lily Springs Farm, Wisconsin
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