Today, the voice of the people in Winona county prevailed against an attempt by a factory dairy farm to blow by local, sensible limitations on the number of animals (and thus the amount of manure) that can be housed in one location. After thoroughly considering the evidence, the Winona County Board of Adjustment once again… Read More →
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The 2022 Farm Creatures of LSP Calendar is now available for pre-order! Our 2021 Calendar was such a hit, we decided to do it again! Orders will be filled as soon as calendars arrive back from the printer, in mid-December.
The Land Stewardship Project is seeking a Farm Beginnings organizer to play a key role in fulfilling our mission by building and strengthening the support network for beginning farmers and providing farmer-led education and leadership development opportunities. You achieve this through relationship building, organizing, and training with farmers and community members. This fulltime position will focus on Farm… Read More →
The Land Stewardship Project logo window decal is 3″ x 5″, with a colorful green and black color scheme—perfect for your auto or home.
This nice big canvas tote bag features original Land Stewardship Project artwork by LSP staff member Josh Journey-Heinz.
Emily and Marcellin K are seeking to purchase 5-50 tillable acres of farmland in Minnesota or Wisconsin (within an hour’s drive of Saint Paul). Land that has not been sprayed for several years and that has water and road access is preferred. No house is required. Open to rent-to-own options.
Jennifer Knapik has for rent 5 acres of tillable farmland in northeastern Ohio’s Stark County. There is a well on the property that needs re-activated. This land was farmed previously, but has been brush hogged twice a year. No trees to work around. Last time it was sprayed with anything was 13 years ago. The… Read More →
Mike Slater is seeking any size acreage to rent for row crop or hay production on the northeast side of the Twin Cities (Scandia/Stillwater area). He is looking to incorporate regenerative practices such as no-till and cover crops. Slater is willing to travel for larger acreage. No house is required.