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Wild Farm Alliance brings farmers, conservationists, and consumers together to solve the biodiversity crisis we are facing. Agriculture has been widely recognized as a primary cause of the global biodiversity crisis. Fortunately, humankind has the knowledge and the ability to minimize the ecological footprint of agriculture. Indeed, if landscape-level conservation efforts are to be effective, we must increase the capacity of rural landscapes to sustain biodiversity and ecosystem services.

Farms with permeable borders can act as links through the landscape for wide-ranging pollinators and predators, and at the same time reap nature's ecosystem services. As consumers, we must also strengthen our commitment to support small-scale farmers who themselves support local and regional, ecologically sustainable food systems.

Wild Farm Alliance provides a critical avenue for bridging the gap between conservationists and farmers. Given the ecological threats of industrial agriculture and the need for viable alternatives, farming with the wild is an important complement to existing efforts to protect biodiversity.


There are many ways to get involved. We invite and encourage you to join us in empowering farmers, connecting consumers, and protecting wild nature.


Join the movement to speak up for biodiversity and wild nature by making a onetime donation or becoming a monthly giver.



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Join the Wild Farm Alliance Business League today and add your voice to the many businesses already committed to protecting wild nature and supporting farmers.




Wild Farm Alliance needs your help to rewild our farms. We have offices in Watsonville, CA and Minneapolis, MN. Each office has different volunteer needs at different times. We may need your help for a few hours a week during business hours.