Thank You To Our Donors

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

Albers/Kuhn Family Foundation
Annie’s, Inc.
Blooming Prairie Foundation
Ceres Trust
Clif Bar Family Foundation
Farm Aid
Frontier Natural Products Co-op
Harry Chapin Foundation
McKnight Foundation
Sustainable Ag Research and Education Partnership Grant
United Natural Foods, Inc. Foundation
USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program
USDA Conservation Innovation Grant
USDA Farm Service Agency
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Agency
USDA Risk Management Agency
Wisconsin Specialty Crop Block Grant
Wisconsin Farmers Union
National Farmers Union Foundation


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
Jay Arneson, Arneson Insurance
Gail Barber, The Barber Farm
Hans and Katie Bishop, PrairiErth Farm
Blue River Hybrids
Christin Cleaver
Crystal Creek Inc
Sarah Bull Dalati
Kathleen and Jim Dyreby
Joyce Ford and Jim Riddle, Blue Fruit Farm
James Greenberg, Greenberg Farms
Emilie Haigh
Jeanne Helzer
Jane Henner
Jim Herold and Audrey Alwell, Sage Green Acres
Daryl Hinderman, Meadow Creek Enterprise
Bruce Johnson
Dale Kirby
Laura Lemieux
Michael Lorentz, Lorentz Meats
Theresa Marquez
Marsha Mason, Resting in the River
Tom and Cathy Morgan
Mountain Rose Herbs
Nature’s Organic Grist, LLC
Anne Patterson
Alice Percy, Fedco Seeds
Steven Pincus and Beth Kazmar, Tipi Produce
Sam and Vera Fund of The Minneapolis Foundation
Gregory Schweser
John and Laurel Shea
Margaret Smith and Doug Alert, Ash Grove Farm
Starlight Farms, Inc
Lori Tauring and Renee Tierney
Craig Tomera, Grain Millers Inc
Kari Wenger and Peter Henry, Farm Table Foundation
Harold Wilken, Janie’s Farm Organics
Dale and Ann Woodbeck

Additional Project Funding

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

Minnesota Food Association
National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT)
University of Wisconsin OGRAIN Project
Women Food and Ag Network (WFAN)

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