Partners

Agroforestry requires partnerships to flourish

We collaborate with farmers, scientists, businesses and public institutions to lay the groundwork for widespread agroforestry in the Midwest. Get to know a few of our regular partners.

The mission of the USDA National Agroforestry Center is to advance the health, diversity, and productivity of working lands, waters, and communities through agroforestry.

The Center for Agroforestry at the University of Missouri, established in 1998, is a preeminent global center contributing to the science and practice underlying agroforestry, which combines trees and shrubs with crops or livestock.

Guided by science and equity, The Nature Conservancy finds paths to solve climate change and biodiversity loss. It is determined to make a major difference by 2030.

North Central SARE strengthens communities, increases producers’ economic viability, and improves the environment through grants and education.

The mission of AFTA is to promote the wider adoption of agroforestry by landowners in temperate regions of North America. 

The Land Institute is a science-based research organization working to develop an alternative to current destructive agricultural practices.