Partnerships & Resources
Farm Table Foundation is fortunate to have many small farms dedicated to soil health and nutrient-dense food located in close proximity to Amery. We depend on these partners to source local food products and as inspiration for classes, events and tours. As well, Farm Table Foundation is proud to work with and serve a variety of organizations who value food, farming and community health, including: MOSES, Land Stewardship Project, Amery Medical Center, Amery School District, PowerUp, Polk County Public Health Department, United Way, The Livestock Conservancy, Seed Savers, Native Seed SEARCH, North House Folk School, and others. Thank you for your confidence in us and for your good work.
The cluster of organic farms near Amery produces nutrient-rich foods and pasture-raised proteins while working to improve the soil, water quality, and local habitat. To the extent these farms grow successfully, there is a direct, correlative impact on the landscape. Farm Table Foundation works to build local demand for these high quality foods because we believe doing so positively impacts community health. We seek a local food culture that understands, values and supports high quality local food for the multiple benefits it brings to this community.
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