The Co-op Farming Model Might Help Save America’s Small Farms

Across the U.S.—from New England to California—a small but growing movement of farmers is foregoing traditional farm ownership in favor of a cooperative model. In Maine, four Somali Bantu refugees raise crops on shared land at New Roots Cooperative Farm, growing both regional and Somali produce. To the south in Vermont, Intervale Community Farm shares … Continue reading The Co-op Farming Model Might Help Save America’s Small Farms