strip-cropping on rolling hills
Afternoon casts long shadows on a field of small grains, safflower and warm-season grasses at Karl Kupers’ diversified farm in Harrington, Wash.
– Photo by Phil Rasmussen

The following profiles demonstrate how producers across the U.S. successfully tested strategies that helped them diversify their farms -- enhancing profits, achiving environmental benefits and aiding their communities.

They Diversified to Survive

Diversified North Dakotan Works With Mother Nature

Profitable Pecans Worth the Wait in Missouri Alley-Cropping Systems

Strengthening Ties Among Farmers in Northern Maine


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