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CLFE Webinar Series Session 4

Our final session of the Cultivating Local Farm Economies Webinar Series focused on Emerging Issues in Agritourism and specifically on Farm Stay programs. We had an introductory presentation from…

From  Garrett Charles Ziegler on June 28th, 2021 27 plays 0  

CLFE Session 2 - Understanding Local Zoning, RTF, and Farm Market GAAMPS

The Second Session of the Cultivating Local Farm Economies Webinar Series focused a more in-depth examination of the Michigan Right to Farm Act, GAAMPS (Specifically the Farm Market GAAMP) as well as…

From  Garrett Charles Ziegler on June 14th, 2021 40 plays 0  

CLFE Session 1 - Introduction to Agritourism and Local Planning and Zoning

The first session of the Cultivating Local Farm Economies Webinar Series focused on an introduction to Agritourism and Local Planning and Zoning. It featured presentations from Dr. Rob Sirrine, MSU…

From  Garrett Charles Ziegler on June 7th, 2021 87 plays 0  

Conversations in the Community with Shakara Tyler and Erin Preston-Johnson Bevel

Hosted by Naim Edwards, MSU Extension. We speak with Shakara Tyler and Erin Preston-Johnson Bevel who are working with the Detroit Black Farmer Land Fund to increase access to land for urban growing…

From  Isabel Anne Branstrom on March 19th, 2021 36 plays

Climate Science Series: Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural Systems. February 9, 2021. KBS K-12 Partnership

Link to full event listing. Workshop 2: Carbon Sequestration in Agricultural SystemsTuesday, February 9, 2021 from 4 – 5 pm EasternDr. Phil Robertson, University Distinguished Professor of…

From  Kara Lynn Haas on February 22nd, 2021 7 plays 0  

Farm Transitions: Slowing Down and Planting a Seed for New Generations

If you are going through a farm transition planning for change may seem like a luxury at this point, but it is a necessary step. You will not save time by not planning, but just postpone the…

From  Florencia Manon Colella on January 28th, 2021 3 plays 0  

Mechanical planter impact on smallholder women farmers

Hand planting of maize and other crops is traditionally a task relegated to women and children in developing countries. A mechanical planter eased the burden of women farmers and allowed them to…

From  Timothy M Harrigan on January 25th, 2021 9 plays 0  

Moments From The Field: Butterfly Surveys

Take a look into the process of surveying butterflies in the fields of Kellogg Biological Station's Long-Term Ecological Research Program. Ecologists from Dr. Nick Haddad's lab, Allie…

From  Michaela Cameron Rose on November 24th, 2020 3 plays 0  

11/20/20 Eunice Foster Interview audio_only

Fall 2020 CSS 424 MIFFS Group Interview of Dr. Eunice Foster

From  Julie A Cotton on November 20th, 2020 13 plays 0