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Small Farms Research Center

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The Small Farms Research Center at Alabama A&M University (AAMU) conducts and promotes interdisciplinary research on the economic and social development of limited resource, new and beginning farmers and ranchers and rural entrepreneurs in Alabama’s underserved communities.

 


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Contact Information


James I. Dawson Extn Bldg


Phone:

1.866.858.4970

1.256.372.4970


Fax:

1.866.401.4306

1.256.372.5517


Email: 

 smallfarmscenter@aamu.edu


Our research focuses on risk management, food safety, land use, quality of life, and methods for studying small farms and policies for stimulating their development. We seek to advance our understanding of socioeconomic processes and our ability to explain state and county differences in rates of growth and levels of development.


Our goal is to create learning opportunities and to provide research support for those engaged in small farm and community development research, and to bring together scholars from across campus and around the nation to create an intellectually rich environment for the conduct of small farm and community development research. We sponsor seminars, workshops, and conferences, providing a forum for exchanging ideas and discussing small farms and community development research and issues.

2014 Agricultural Risk Management and Business Development Training Workshop
August 20-22, 2014. Jon Archer Agricultural Center, 1070 Schillinger Rd. Mobile, AL 36608

First Tuesday Group Meeting FARM FIELD DAY

This field day will be held at Bill's Honey Farm, 8714 Moore's Mills Rd, Meridianville, AL 35759 on September 2, 2014 at 9:00 a.m.