Virtual Farm Tour
with Racing Heart Farm

Reducing tillage is one of the best ways to improve soil health on your farm. However, a lot of no-till practices are specific to large-scale row crops and are hard to implement on diversified vegetable farms. In recent years, the practice of reducing tillage on small-scale vegetable farms has been gaining momentum. Join us for an online presentation and conversation with Les Macare and Els Dobrick of Racing Heart Farm as they share their experiences with implementing no-till practices on their farm in Western Wisconsin to increase soil health and efficiency.

Spanish & Hmong interpretation is offered for this webinar.

Racing Heart Farm’s resource list for No-Till for Small-scale Vegetable Farms 

Family farmers are the backbone of rural communities. They care for the land and strengthen rural economies by producing food and fiber sustainably and ethically.
The Land Stewardship Project’s Farm Beginnings Program is based on this knowledge and the understanding that we need more and diverse farmers on the land and this has become even more clear in light of the current global pandemic.