Forage researches the relationship between forestry and farming, how growing food can integrate with natural systems.
Since the "Green Revolution" in the 1930's, economists have argued that monocrop agriculture is the only way for farming to be profitable.
Yet in 2014 the average farmer in America lost $1,682. When farmers are losing money, they can't invest in sustainability.
Sustainability isn’t a buzzword, it is our children's ability to grow food.
Forage works to discover and promote practices that enhance economic and environmental sustainability for farmers now and for future generations.