NOFA-NY’s dairy grazing support program provides farmers with targeted tools to help with grazing management, marketing capability, climate resilience, and soil carbon sequestration. The Improved Pasture Management Project offers direct support for a cohort of 15 organic and sustainable farmers, focusing on tools to reduce farm expenses, build farm resiliency, and expand marketing opportunity. This program is open to organic and conventional grazing dairy producers, and we anticipate building networks that share management practices between farmers utilizing different production methods.
Grazing management provides a unique opportunity for farmers to market their products and build farm resilience through improved soil health and carbon sequestration. This program will provide farmers with a better understanding of the resources available to them, and the benefit of better grazing management for their farms’ profitability.
How to Apply
If you are interested in participating in NOFA-NY’s Improved Pasture Management Project, you can apply online or download a print application using the buttons below. Printed applications should be mailed to the NOFA-NY office at 1010 James Street, Syracuse, NY 13203.
Questions? Please contact Sarah Ficken, NOFA-NY’s Organic Dairy and Livestock Coordinator, at 315.988.4000 ext. 505 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Improved Pasture Management Project is made possible through the generous support of the New York Farm Viability Institute.