- farming practices that accommodate wild habitat and native species, including, large carnivores, birds, and wild fish.
- local and regional food and fiber systems that boost rural economies.
- agricultural practices that strive to eliminate the use of environmentally toxic chemicals and contamination of soil and water resources.
- locally adapted crops and animals that are not genetically engineered.
- existing community-based efforts to create a continental wildlands network in which large protected areas are connected by wildlife movement corridors and are complemented by ecologically managed farms and forests.
- regenerative and resilient agriculture that helps to stabilize and prevent the adverse impacts of our warming world.
Farmland Flyways Farmland Wildways Farmland Waterways Ensuring Organic Integrity Meet the Farmers Connecting with Wild NeighborsVideo Library Publications Webinars Beneficial Bird Habitat Assessment Tool Support Avian Pest Control Services CE Courses Role of Birds on Farms Self-Certification Native Ecosystems Toolkit California Continuing Education Course