Thank You To Our Donors

The following organizations currently support our programs to teach farmers how to grow using organic practices.

Albers/Kuhn Family Foundation
Alden Ponds Foundation
Annie’s, Inc.
The Brico Fund
Ceres Trust
Ciranda
Clif Bar Family Foundation
Farm Aid
Harry Chapin Foundation
Hope Foundation
McKnight Foundation
National Co-op Grocers Association
National Wildlife Federation
Small Planet Institute
United Natural Foods, Inc. Foundation
Whole Foods Market
Wisconsin Farmers Union

Our thanks also to these sponsors of the 2015 MOSES Organic Farming Conference.

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These Engaged Supporters ($300+) help us provide the programs and resources farmers need to succeed in organic production.
Hey, Engaged Supporters—you’re awesome!

Amy Alpine and John Grump
Gail Barber, The Barber Farm
Roger Blobaum
Florence and Paul Butler, Butler Family Farms
Robert Cain, SeaAgri Incorporated
Dave and Mary Campbell, Lily Lake Organic Farm
Dennis Christiansen, Green Planet Farms
Cathy Daus
Mary Gale
Philip Gelatt
Grain Place Foods, Inc
Jeanne Helzer
Jim Herold and Audrey Alwell, Sage Green Acres
Michael and Gale Hunt, Starlight Farms
Faye Jones and Mark Plunkett, Morning Glory Farm
Dale Kirby
Perry Lehman
Michael Lorentz, Lorentz Meats
Cathy and Tom Morgan, New Day Organics
Nature’s Organic Grist
David Olson
Anne Patterson, Living Earth Farm
Jim Riddle and Joyce Ford, Blue Fruit Farm
John and Laurel Shea
Margaret Smith and Doug Alert, Ash Grove Farm
Joel and James Starr
Valley Natural Foods
Whole Foods Co-op
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Additional Project Funding

MOSES also receives support through government grants and partnerships for specific projects. Current partnerships include:

Farley Center
National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)
University of Minnesota Department of Agronomy and Plant Genetics
Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
Women Food and Ag Network (WFAN)

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