Frameworks for Farming Together

Frameworks for Farming Together

As we experience a shift in our approach to food and farming, unconventional business models are becoming popular to allow for greater resource, skill, and knowledge pooling. Ellie Athanasis writes, “one way to create a stronger business model is by joining with others to form a cooperative.” Referring to Faith Gilbert’s Cooperative Farming guidebook, Athanasis agrees with Gilbert in that “by working together, we get more than just a solution to a problem: we get solidarity.” From business models to handling internal disputes, Gilbert and the Greenhorns help to outline cooperative farming as an alternative mode of operation.

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