Read the stories of five young farmers from across New Mexico–Casey Holland, Zach and Ethan Withers, Mathew Ladegaard, and Reyna Banteah–and their experiences with drought in the west, local politics, food waste, land access, and a changing climate. Read the Case Studies
Check out our new food safety case studies to learn how four small farms are building strong produce safety practices into their businesses and complying with the new Food Safety Modernization Act’s Produce Safety Rule. Visit our Food Safety Resource Library and read our Food Safety Guidebook to learn more!
Download Case Study Case Study: Topp Fruits, Paonia, Colorado The western slope of Colorado is known for its peaches, so when Harrison Topp returned to the Rockies after years of farming vegetables in North Carolina, it’s no surprise that he was happy to start restoring 15 acres of older stone fruit trees on his […]
A call to Congress to support farmer-led conservation in the Colorado River Basin
October 2016 | Case studies for land conservation organizations
May 2015 | Stories of conservation and drought resilience in the Arid West
August 2014 | Six stories of young farmers, water, and resilience