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Living Lands Agrarian Network provides training and mentorship to a new generation of farmers. Our unique model of cooperative, sustainable agriculture integrates education, resource sharing, community partnerships and celebration around the food we grow. We practice and promote small-scale agriculture as part of the larger movement to create localized and sustainable food systems that are healthy for people and the planet.
We offer training and mentorship in sustainable agriculture through our diverse network of farmers and farms. When a trainee is ready to begin their own independent farming business, we offer access to land, infrastructure, continued mentorship, as well as venues for farm sales to help them get a successful start. Our model is dependent on local community members who value the importance of local, sustainable agriculture. Our farms are located on private property by local land-owners who value the opportunity to host a sustainable farm.
In addition to our commitment to training new farmers (did you know the average farmer in California is 57 years old?), we are also dedicated to providing community education for youth and adults. The Food Love Project is a new farms site dedicated exclusively to nutrition and farming education for our local youth. It is a centralized community resource for our public, private, charter, and home-schools to get engaged in the joys and benefits of fresh grown food. We also offer seasonal classes for the home-scale gardeners who aspire to grow more food into their own landscape.
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Read About LLAN in the News!
Building a Farm, The Union
Gardening 101, The Union
Peter Selaya at Harmony Valley Farm, The Union
Living Lands Lends a Helping Hand, The Union
Watch Tim Van Wagner, NCTV’s Community Cafe