Check Out Our February Update: New Faces, Discounts, Campaign Updates

In our first monthly update of the year, we have lots of news to share from our snowbound headquarters in Hudson, NY: new staff, new board members, new advisors, and a new guidebook! We also have updates on #FarmingIsPublicService, a rundown of events and conferences, and a reminder about our money-saving member benefits as you order your seeds and supplies. Read More  Read More

August News: Jobs, Climate March, Water Innovation, Events

We’ve been on the road this summer, crop mobbing with the Missouri Young Farmers Coalition, talking shop with first-generation organic grain farmers in Montana, and square dancing with the Washington Young Farmers Coalition. All along the way, we’re collecting stories for our campaigns and building a stronger young farmer movement. Want to see us in action? Follow the NYFC Instragram! Read More  Read More

Jack Johnson Supports Young Farmers (With Your Help)

We’ve got some exciting news to report! Musician Jack Jonson has announced his support for the National Young Farmers Coalition through a partnership between NYFC, Jack, and YOU!  For the next 25 hours, Jack Johnson’s foundation, the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation, is matching all donations made to NYFC – but only if you JOIN or RENEW in the next 25 hours. This past year we’ve teamed up with farmers around the country... Read More

An interview with Temple Grandin on the Future of Small Farms

A few weeks ago, I interviewed Temple Grandin, activist, author and the leading ranchers’ consultant on livestock conditions, about her advice for sustainable American farms and why she supports NYFC.  Here’s some of what she had to say… Temple Grandin. Photo courtesy of Rosalie Winard. Read More  Read More

Join the largest coalition of young, sustainable farmers and save big on farm supplies

NYFC is a grassroots coalition of farmers and ranchers just like you – from fruit growers in Maine to livestock ranchers in Louisiana to West Coast CSA farmers – who believe there should be fewer obstacles to starting a farm.  Read More  Read More