FARM STORIES

STRAFFORD VILLAGE FARM | ORANGE COUNTY, VT

Meet Our Farmers

We only work with financially viable farm businesses, with farming experience. Our farmers grow crops such as beans, corn, legumes, hay, wheat, nuts, berries, produce, and raise pastured meats and dairy. Sixty-eight percent of our tenants are millennials and most are from established farm families.

Featured Farm Stories

Learn more about some of our partner farms:

Main Street Project, Dakota County, MN - https://mainstreetproject.org/

Main Street Project

Dakota County, MN
Vilicus Farms | Hill County, MT - https://www.vilicusfarms.com/

Vilicus Farms

Hill County, MT
Mint Creek Farm | Ford County, IL - https://mintcreekfarm.com

Mint Creek Farm

Ford County, IL
Vermont Natural Beef |  Rutland County, VT - https://www.vermontnaturalbeef.com

Vermont Natural Beef

Rutland County, VT
Creambrook Farm

Creambrook Farm

Augusta County, VA
Strafford Village Farm | Orange County, VT - https://www.straffordvillagefarm.com

Community Investing: Vermont

Janie's Farm - Iroquois County, IL - https://www.themillatjaniesfarm.com/

Janie's Farm

Iroquois County, IL
Prairie Fruits Farm - Champaign County, IL

Prairie Fruits Farm

Champaign County, IL
Featherstone Farm - Fillmore County, MN - https://featherstonefarm.com/index.html

Featherstone Farm

Fillmore County, MN
Meadowlark Organics - Iowa County, WI - https://meadowlarkorganics.com/

Meadowlark Organics

Iowa County, WI
Singing Prairie Farms - Lincoln County, ME - http://www.singingprairiefarms.com/

Singing Prairie Farms

Lincoln County, ME
Yker Acres - Carlton County, MN - https://ykeracres.com/

Yker Acres

Carlton County, MN

Events

Calling all transitioning & organic farmers: Share your experience in two surveys

The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) and Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) are collaborating with the Social and Economic Sciences Research Center (SESRC) to identify the research priorities of certified organic producers, as well as producers transitioning land to certified organic production.

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Our Public Benefit Report

Iroquois Valley is proud to release its first public benefit report. We incorporated our company as a public benefit corporation in 2016 to build into our structure our intent to create public benefit. We intend to create public benefit by enabling healthy food production, restoring soil, and improving water quality through the establishment of secure […]

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Flour Shortage? Amber Waves of Regional Grains to the Rescue

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been highly visible in the food system. Amy Halloran writes on the grain economy in her latest for Civil Eats, highlighting the role of small and regional mills in supplying flour during this crisis.

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