Main Street Project

Menu

Partners

Team on Farm
University of Minnesota Extension Field Day

Our University of Minnesota research partners have been invaluable in verifying production safety and efficiency.  Our practice-based partners, Thunder Valley CDC, and Via Organica, have established prototype demonstration sites that will yield valuable data about the adaptive use of our poultry-centered regenerative model under various ecological, economic and social conditions.

We are grateful for the encouragement and support we have received our following partners:

In This Section:


From Our Blog:

Thunder Valley CDC – Poultry Partnership

This summer we visited Nick Hernandez, Director of the Food Sovereignty initiative at Thunder Valley CDC. Nick and his team are creating sustainable food systems on the Pine Ridge Indian reservation, …

more...

New Trainees Ready for Chickens

On Friday, November 10, a group of 8 trainees completed the Main Street Project Agripreneur Training Program. The trainees are all residents of Faribault, MN and will be continuing their experiential …

more...

The Power of the Hazelnut and its Perennial Canopy

Main Street Project is working with farmers, agricultural and environmental scientists, and the rural and immigrant communities to build an alternative food system that thrives on cultivating people a …

more...