2020 Farm Beginnings class in Rapid City! Farm Beginnings is a farmer and rancher-led training and support program offered by Dakota Rural Action that provides participants an opportunity to learn first-hand about low-cost, sustainable methods of farming and offers the … Continued
Please consider supporting our critical work. Dakota Rural Action has been working for a better quality of life for South Dakotans for over 3 Generations We believe that reviving our land based heritage and incorporating that wisdom with new energy, ideas, and … Continued
Farm Beginnings Class Helps Kickstart New Operations Training program moves back to Sioux Falls After four successful years training new farmers on the western side of the state, Dakota Rural Action’s Farm Beginnings® course is moving back east and will be … Continued
Beyond the Barn Meeting: John Ikerd and Mitch Peterson present "The Facts of Factory Farms (CAFOs)" and "The Legal Battle Against CAFOs: What You Need to Know to Protect Your Communities and Way of Life"
Join us at Twila Eggers’ Barn, 21609 469th Avenue, Brookings, SD 57006, to hear John Ikerd and Mitch Peterson present “The Facts of Factory Farms (CAFOs)” and “The Legal Battle Against CAFOs: What You Need to Know to Protect Your … Continued
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Nov. 19, 2014 Contact: Heidi Kolbeck-Urlacher, Organizer, Dakota Rural Action, 605-697-5204, firstname.lastname@example.org By Request: Additional spokesperson contact information and photos of graduates. Farmer Veteran Coalition Joins Dakota Rural Action in Reaching Out to Veteran Farmers Rapid City, SD – The Farmer Veteran Coalition, … Continued
Now accepting applications for the 2014-2015 class in Rapid City Farm Beginnings is a farmer and rancher-led training and support program offered by Dakota Rural Action that provides participants an opportunity to learn first-hand about low-cost, sustainable methods of farming … Continued
The US Legislature passed the Farm Bill earlier this week, and Dakota Rural Action (DRA) is taking time to thank state officials for their leadership in the protection of County of Origin Labeling (COOL) and rolling back limitations to the … Continued