Acres U.S.A. News & Announcements

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Book of the Week: How to Grow World Record Tomatoes

July 14, 2020
In this almost unbelievable book, Charles Wilber tells his personal story and his philosophy and approach to gardening. Whether your interest is to win blue ribbons, profit from market gardening, or feed the world, you’ll never look at gardening the same. And you’ll have tons of tomatoes too!
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2 New Speakers Join Healthy Soil Summit Lineup

July 09, 2020
Meet our newest speakers for the 2020 Healthy Soil Summit this Aug. 25-26! These pioneering women will add their expertise in regenerative agriculture and soil health to our upcoming event. You won't want to miss it!
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Book of the Week: In the Shadow of Green Man

July 07, 2020
Sustainable farmer and poultry expert Reginald Haslett-Marroquin explains the revolutionary systems his experimental farm has been developing in this new excerpt!
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Webinar: Growing in Your Customers' Backyards?

July 07, 2020
Today's webinar will feature Eden Olsen from Lucky Crow Farm in Salem, OR.
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National Soil Health Day Video Contest Winner Announced!

July 02, 2020

We're thrilled to announce the winner of "The Dirt on Soil" video contest, part of the 2020 National Soil Health Day celebration.

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Book of the Week: Maple on Tap

June 30, 2020
When you live on a farm, it's important to build your sustainability network so that you and your neighbors can succeed, as Richard Finzer explains.
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July 2020 Issue Now Available

June 29, 2020
The July issue is focused to on helping all growers think differently about their land, their technology and the markets they reach, just like those farmers in cities and small acreages with very little land have to do.
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Webinar: Foot on the Pedal? Urban Farm Delivers Microgreens by Bike!

June 25, 2020
Join us for the third installment of the Farm Innovator Series! This webinar will feature Zaq and Leah who own Tight 5 Farm, an urban farm selling microgreens and other local products in their Seattle community.
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Celebrating National Pollinator Week

June 24, 2020