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NATIONAL YOUNG FARMERS COALITION

RELEASE: National Young Farmers Coalition releases 2019 California Report with focus on young farmers and farmers of color

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: https://www.youngfarmers.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/08/Screen-Shot-2021-08-17-at-2.19.49-PM-2-1.png, Communications Director, press@youngfarmers.org | View full release and contacts   RELEASE: National Young Farmers Coalition releases 2019 California Report with focus on young farmers and farmers of color Report link: https://www.youngfarmers.org/resource/2019careport/ (Sacramento, California, April 25, 2019) California is the highest producing agricultural state in the U.S. by value. The state […]

Mai Nguyen and the 2019 California Young Farmers Report

California produces more food than any other state in the nation. Over one-third of U.S. vegetables and two-thirds of U.S. fruits and nuts are grown in California. But drought, wildfire, and the impacts of climate change are increasing across the state. How are the farmers doing? And how are the young farmers doing? Lindsey talks […]

Marketing my grain is a mouthful

By Mai Nguyen | My grain is a mouthful. It is  identity-preserved, non-Plant Variety Protection (PVP), incrementally upscaled heritage seed grown using rain-fed, on-site fertility, carbon sequestering, integrated pest management, nonsynthetic sprays, low fossil fuel, no-till practices and brought to market as stone milled whole grain flour.

The one thing my farm training never covered: racism

By Mai Nguyen | When I started farming grains and vegetables in California in 2014, I already had a lot of the knowledge, skills, and experience essential to farming. But no farm conference, internship, or book prepared me for the challenges of farming as a person of color.

Heart and Grain: Farmers are matchmakers between land and seed

By Mai Nguyen | There aren’t plenty of fish in the sea of heritage grain, so I started growing out and scaling up the varieties I need. To start, I requested a batch of seed from the USDA germplasm, and they gave me 25 seeds. I have one chance each year to grow them out.

Heart and Grain: Meet Mai

By Mai Nguyen | I grew up knowing my roots in stories of loss. Though their home had been destroyed and their country lost, my family shared these stories and the traditions around them so that they could keep our culture alive in a new place. This is part of why I became a farmer.

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