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Group: Farm Impossible
This project was developed at the 6th Annual Stinner Summit. The project title, support and objectives are:
Farm: Impossible ($2,850 in support from the Stinner Endowment, plus additional commitments of other capitals)
• Create a show or documentary about starting or changing a
farm based on the popular show: “Restaurant: Impossible.”
• Utilize a core team of experts: horticulture/growing, legal/
insurance, accounting/record keeping, logistics, cooperation,
• Have farms apply to participate: agree to make some
changes, disclose records and farm experience, target specialty
crops, provide narrative of why they are participating.
• Budget: Funds will cover travel for planning, marketing, research
and time of experts, seed money for first year implementation.
The Countryside Conservancy and farmers will
also assist in funds sourcing.
Jul 31, 1:21pm
Save the date! Join OSU's Agroecosystem Management Program and Organic Valley on September 24th for an oilseed pressing workshop at Mellinger Farm, including a demonstration of Organic Valley's mobile seed press. We will cold-press...
Jun 19, 1:10pm
Note the challenges of the Hack // Meat event in Palo Alto, CA from June 21 to 23, 2013. List of challenges link. The challenge offered by Applegate also pertains to accessing capital(s) such as land.
Casey W. Hoy
May 17, 11:39am
Just a note of thanks to the Farm Impossible team. I've been getting feedback from the grapevine that your project is making good progress and is really appreciated by the farms you're helping. Let me know if there's anything...
Jan 23, 1:13pm
I have reached out to both Ashland University and Kent State University for assistance in the video production of Farm Impossible. I have heard back from Ashland and should have an appointment to discuss the project this week.
Jan 21, 7:55pm
We are looking for production planning and farm management software (or SAAS) which are geared toward small to mid-size specialty crop producers. Just comment to this post with your recommendations. Examples include AgSquared and FarmLogs.