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Grange Farm School Becomes the School of Adaptive Agriculture
By: North Coast Opportunities
The School’s fiscal sponsor writes about the name change and what Adaptive Agriculture truly means.
By: Daniel Spiro
By: Elizabeth Archer
The new Mendocino, California-based Grange Farm School offers an affordable, 3-month training program for aspiring farmers.
By: Damian Sebouhian
Hot Buttered Rum played a wonderful benefit show for the Grange Farm School on halloween this year, check it out on pg 2 and 6.
Organized by the Mendocino Alcohol Fuel Group, the Grange Farm School, and The Greenhorns, this weekend long symposium will bring together business owners, engineers and mechanics, farmers and home scale producers to explore the possibilities of ethanol production and use.
An article from Civil Eats. Michael Foley is a Mendocino County, California-based farmer dedicated to helping young farmers find access to land and education.
A surge of interest in natural foods, local sourcing and environmental sustainability is bringing new life to the Civil War-era Grange movement, driving participation and restoring its relevance among modern folks yearning for connection to one another and to the food they consume.
John wick is the co-owner of the Marin Carbon Project, which seeks to enhance carbon sequestration in rangeland, agricultural, and forest soils through applied research, demonstration and implementation. John talks about The Grange Farm School after attending the Farm Hack event “Fuel Farming for the 21st Century” at the Little Lake Grange and Ridgewood Ranch.
A blog post from The Greenhorns advertise the upcoming Farm Hack event “Fuel Farming for the 21st Century”. This weekend long event will bring together business owners, engineers and mechanics, farmers and home-scale producers to learn about the possibilities of ethanol production and use.
With the average age of farmers in the United States currently 57 years, the folks of the Grange Farm School thought it was about time to take some innovative steps to create a positive future for farmers. Activity at the Grange Farm School is getting into full swing, where students are learning through hands-on service and study, just as the heat of the summer arrives.
KXYZ Ecology hour on Mendocino Fuel Alcohol Group
Charles Acker on Ecology Hour for KZYX radio station interviews Ruthie King and Cody Bartholomew on Fuel Farming for the 21st century. Check out the radio show and stay posted for future discussions!