There is a body of literature covering this topic. Most of it is being by
the sustainable agriculture community to assist farmers in sharing their
experiences with ecologically sound agriculture.
I did a search in AGRICOLA and found a large number of reports, articles
and special publications. Since you are at the University of Wisconsin, go
to the Steenbock Library and search the database with terms like:
farmer and network
farmer to farmer
Ask the librarians at Steenbock to assist if you need help.
At 07:22 AM 12/1/1998 -0600, laura k paine wrote:
>This fall, we conducted a survey of the 21 grazing networks in our state of
>Wisconsin, looking at membership, activities, etc. I'm working on a
>summary of what we found and looking for information about network
>activities in other states/countries. I'd love to hear from folks with
>information you might have on any sort of farmer networks. I'm interested
>in personal experience with networks, published materials, or overviews of
>network activity in your area. Thanks in advance for your help!
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