Growers Tell It Like It Is With Food Safety

And Authors Advocate for More Support and Protections for Growers and More Ecologically-based Pathogen Management

Author: Patrick Baur

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Protecting Wild Nature in Bavaria

A recent Yale Environment 360 article, In Conservative Bavaria, Citizens Force Bold Action on Protecting Nature, explores how Germany’s most politically conservative region adopted a referendum and progressive law to change industrial farming practices and protect biodiversity.

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News From the Wild Side - April 2019

Catch up on the latest happenings with Wild Farm Alliance!

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Beneficial birds provide pest control in farm fields

This article was originally printed by the California Farm Bureau Federation.

Alfalfa growers with trees near the edges of their fields attracted more birds, according to a recently published University of California study, and that resulted in as much as a 30 percent reduction in insect pest damage to the crop.

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New Bird Resource Now Available!

Bird_Guide_Cover_Image.jpgNew resource helps farmers support beneficial birds and manage pest birds! We are pleased to announce the release of our latest resource: Supporting Beneficial Birds and Managing Pest Birds. 

 

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News from the Wild Side - December 2018

Catch up on what is happening with Wild Farm Alliance! 

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2018 Annual Report

WFA_Logo_color_horizontal_(4)_copy.pngThis was a banner year for Wild Farm Alliance and your support made it possible - thank you!

From successfully pushing the National Organic Standards Board to protect Native Ecosystems to training inspectors and certifiers on how to support and assess for biodiversity conservation - this year was exciting!

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Farewell to WFA Board Member: Vance Russell

Wild Farm Alliance is sad to see one of our founding members rotate off the board of directors! Thankfully Vance will continue to work with us as an Advisory Board Member! As he transitioned away from the board he penned a thoughtful farewell that we are happy to share with you!

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