PDF handout for farmers describing the different uses and harvesting times between shell peas, snap peas and snow peas. All Regions. English Level: Beginning. Farming Level: Beginning. Literacy Level: low.
A presentation from the 2015 NIFTI National Field School by Kelly Owensby of Transplanting Traditions, Jess Soulis of LSIowa, and Katie Painter of Global Gardens.
Discover how three refugee-focused Incubator Farm Projects manage business planning and recordkeeping.
Document from Cultivating Community that highlights free resources, costs, and responsibilities for various levels of participants at the New American Sustainable Agriculture Project. Includes information for community gardeners, beginning farmers, intermediate farmers, and advanced farmers. Resources provided at free or discounted rates for the different groups include land, supplies, tractors, transportation, and other services.
Survey of questions developed by the New American Sustainable Agriculture Project (NASAP) to evaluate potential land for beginning farmer training programs.
A sample lease for a property being leased by the operators of a refugee and immigrant focused beginning farmer training program.
Example of an application form from the Farley Center Farm Incubator - bi-lingual English and Spanish.
Farm hygiene document translated into Kirundi.
Agreement between New American Sustainable Agriculture Project (NASAP) and participants, regarding the farm business plan. Includes NASAP responsibilities, participants' responsibilites, and farmer committee overview.
Sample land lease agreement from Cultivating Community's NASAP program, which coordinates a farm training program that serves recent immigrant farmers in the greater Lewiston and Portland, Maine areas.
An introduction to the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project. PowerPoint format.