When farmers encounter challenges, they bring out their most creative and innovative solutions. Beginning farmers and those farming on a small scale can experience several challenges in getting started in their operations, and support is crucial.
Join the conversation to learn how Liz Brownlee, farmer and past president of the Hoosier Young Farmers Coalition, found that support as a beginning Indiana farmer. She’s joined by Elli Blaine, director of the Urban Soil Health Program, who talks about her work with farmers throughout the state as they rejuvenate their urban landscapes.
Liz and Elli talk marketing, equipment, conservation practices, and more on this episode of the HAT Soil Health Podcast, supported by the Conservation Cropping Systems Initiative.
If you’d like to read more about the survey from the National Young Farmers Coalition that Liz discusses, visit the NYFC website.