Experts discuss how Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) can improve family farming and make it more sustainable, resilient, and profitable.
Over 20 local family farms in Maine supply into Pineland’s three companies (beef, potatoes, and dairy), with profits being reinvested back into the community.
Despite increasing pressure to corporatize, family farming remains the primary source of agricultural production in Australia.
A sound agricultural innovation system requires a combination of diverse extension service schemes that mobilize a variety of methods to educate smallholders.
NOUMINREN, or the Japan Family Farmers Movement, is a grassroots political movement intent on strengthening Japan’s foundation of family farmers.
This April representatives from 35 organizations around the world gathered in Québec City to participate in the Dialogue on Family Farming in North America.
“Climate-Smart Food Security” panel addressed the role of family farmers in mitigating the effects of climate change.
The European Union marks the International Year of Family Farming with a major reform to Common Agricultural Policy.
This May, let’s honor the investment that mothers throughout Rwanda—-and the rest of Africa—-are making in their children and in their land.