Acres U.S.A. is North America’s premier publisher on production-scale organic and sustainable farming. For more than four decades we have helped farmers, ranchers and market gardeners grow food organically, sustainably, without harmful, toxic chemistry.
University of Minnesota web site with many articles on infectious disease, including current news, research and info sorted by topic.
Cyanogenic Glycoside Analysis in American Elderberry
Michael K. Appenteng 1, Ritter Krueger 1, Mitch C. Johnson 1, Harrison Ingold 1, Richard Bell 2, Andrew L. Thomas 3 and C. Michael Greenlief 1,*
Ecdysis Foundation: Blue Dasher Farm Initiative
Jonathan Lundgren, PhD, Agroecologist & Entomologist. We partner together where possible.
Grow North Resource Navigator
A Resource Navigator to serve food and agriculture entrepreneurs in Minnesota.
Home Gardening Guide to Herb, Fruit and Vegetable Growing
Barbara Herring’s excellent resource guide and blog for beginners and more.
MOSES provides resources & training to help farmers grow organic successfully!
The Minnesota Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association (MFVGA) is a non-profit organization committed to supporting Minnesota's fruit and vegetable growers and related agri-businesses.
National Resource Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture
a non-profit foundation that works to foster the improvement and widespread adoption of organic farming systems. OFRF cultivates organic research, education, and federal policies that bring more farmers and acreage into organic production. The link is to their page directory of education guides to organic farming.
OFGA is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to serving the interests of organic fruit growers and advancing the organic fruit industry through education, research and advocacy.
Terry Durham: Director of Horticulture and production, including elderberry cuttings & plants, River Hills Harvest brand products.
Kevin Wolz, Co-Executive Director, MEC contact and integrated chestnut, hazelnut, black currant and elderberry farming.