The Cornell Small Farms Program helps farmers get expert assistance to facilitate all phases of small farm business development, from initial growth to optimization and maturity.
The program is a joint effort of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and Cornell Cooperative Extension.
Small Farms Quarterly is a newspaper for farmers, farm families, and anyone else interested in the quality of life that small farms provide. Its goals are to celebrate the Northeast region’s smaller farms, inspire and inform farm families and their supporters, help farmers share expertise and opinions with each other, increase awareness of the benefits that small farms contribute to society, share important research, extension, and other resources.
The Small Farms Quarterly is compiled by the Cornell Small Farms Program, based at Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. The program fosters the sustainability of diverse, thriving small farms that contribute to food security, health in rural communities, and the environment by encouraging small farms-focused research and extension programs.
Small Farms Quarterly is produced by Lee Newspapers, Inc, and is distributed four times a year as a special section of Country Folks.
A limited supply of Small Farms Quarterly is available in our office. Pick up a copy during normal business hours or see online at above link.