The Agroeosystems Management Program (AMP) is an
interdisciplinary program which fosters an ecological approach to agriculture.
AMP focuses on whole systems at the farm, community and landscape levels
and links social, biological and engineering sciences to provide a foundation
for innovative processes and projects.
Farmers of Ohio
IFO is a non profit organization working
to promote an agriculture which preserves and strenghtens the
economic, social and environmental wel being of Ohio's farms,
farm families, and rural communitites thorugh research, education,
and community development. Provides assitance with funding and
development of on farm research trials for farmers interested
in ecological and econimical production.
Food and Farm Association
OEFFA is a grassroots coalition of food
producers and consumers formed in 1979 to support and promote
a healthful, ecological, accountable and permanent agriculture
in Ohio and elsewhere.Provides Apprenticeship Programs, newsletters,
tours, conferences, workshops, and professional development programs
for farmers and agricultural professionals.
The Farmers Union is a nonpartisan, grassroots,
general farm organization representing more than 300,000 family
farmers nationwide. Our members are farmers, rural residents,
and consumers. We join to develop a comprehensive program for
rural America and to do the things together that no individual
can do alone.
Food and Farm Education and Research Program
An interdisciplinary team of OSU Researchers
and Farmers coordinating organic production and transition research
on farm and on station. Various research projects focus on production
of vegetable and grain crops, marketing, education, outreach,
OSU Agriculture Links
A directory of of OSU agricultural websites.
OSU Sustainable Agriculture Team
A collaborative group of University Research
and Extension, Non Proft, and Farmer representatives working
to develop sustainable farming resources and learning opportunitites
for Ohio's farmers and agricultural professionals.
Sustainable Agriculture Directory of Expertise
SARE/SAN- Nationwide Directory of Resource People
Wilmington College Living Crop Museum
The purpose of the Living Crop Museum is to serve as a learning resource
for Wilmington College Agriculture students. Students are able to observe
the growth and development of each crop through the year.