This project — the book and the map — could not have been done without our partners:
Rural Advantage, a nonprofit based in Fairmont, Minnesota promoting the interconnections between agriculture, environment and community.
Institute for Agriculture and Trade Policy - works locally and globally at the intersection of policy and practice to ensure fair and sustainable food, farm and trade systems.
The Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture a partnership between the University of Minnesota’s College of Agricultural, Food and Environmental Sciences and several state-based sustainable agriculture nonprofits.
Wild Farm Alliance, a California-based nonprofit promoting agriculture that helps to protect and restore wild Nature.
These organizations are working constantly to engage landowners and other residents in the restoration of ecological health and economic vitality to rural landscapes.