Our mission is to educate and inspire farmers, ranchers, and consumers about the importance of sustainability, regenerative farming, and biodiversity in our food systems.

Farming has long been an important industry in the United States, providing food and other essential resources to millions of people. However, in recent years, the profitability of farming has become a major concern, with many farmers struggling to make a living. This has led to a decline in the number of new entrants into the farming industry, as fewer people are willing to take on the financial risk of starting a farm.

To attract new entrants into the farming industry, it is essential that farming becomes more profitable. This means addressing the underlying factors that are driving down profitability, such as low crop prices, high input costs, and the increasing impact of climate change.

One way to increase profitability is to diversify farming operations, so that farmers are not solely reliant on a single crop or product. This can help reduce the risk of crop failure and provide additional revenue streams. For example, some farmers have started to incorporate agritourism into their operations, hosting events such as farm-to-table dinners, hayrides, and corn mazes.

Another way to increase profitability is to embrace new technologies and farming methods that can increase efficiency and reduce costs. Precision agriculture, for example, uses technology such as GPS and drones to monitor crop growth and optimize inputs, reducing waste and increasing yields.

In addition, it is important to provide financial and technical support to new entrants in the farming industry. This could include low-interest loans, grants, and other financial resources, as well as technical assistance and training to help new farmers navigate the complexities of farming.

Finally, we need policies that support small and medium-sized farms, which are the backbone of the farming industry. This could include federal subsidies that prioritize family farms over large-scale industrial operations, as well as regulations that support sustainable farming practices and protect small farmers from unfair competition.

Farming must be profitable to attract new entrants into the industry. By diversifying operations, embracing new technologies and farming methods, providing financial and technical support, and implementing policies that support small and medium-sized farms, we can help ensure that farming remains a viable and attractive career option for future generations. Farming is not just an important industry; it is a way of life, and we must do all we can to support it.