Thank You To Our Donors

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

Albers/Kuhn Family Foundation
Ciranda
Clif Bar Family Foundation
Farm Aid
McKnight Foundation
SARE
UNFI Foundation
USDA NRCS
USDA Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI)
USDA Risk Management Agency

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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 & John Grump
Ambre Blends
Artisan Cheese Exchange
Gail Barber, The Barber Farm
Megan Dettloff, Dr. Paul’s Lab
Dela & Tony Ends, Scotch Hill Farm/Innisfree Farmstay
Bridgett Ennis, ChavoBart Digital Media
Joyce Ford & Jim Riddle, Blue Fruit Farm
Four Elements Organic Herbals
Mary Gale
Grain Place Foods, Inc.
Richard Geisen, Bremer Bank
Emelie Haigh
Thomas Harding, Jr., Lehigh Valley Organic Growers LLC
Jeanne Helzer
Jim Herold & Audrey Alwell, Sage Green Acres
Daryl Hinderman
Todd Huffman & Lin Jennewine Huffman, Kane Street Community Garden
Angela Jackson
Joel Koplos
Daniel & Janis Leiterman, Crystal Creek Natural, LLC
Joe Luetmer, Preservation Farms
CeLena Morris
Renee Morris
Linda & Gordon Olson
Anne & Jim Patterson
People’s Food Co-op, La Crosse, WI
David & Barb Perkins, Vermont Valley Community Farm
Tim & Betsy Pierce
Robert & Judith Sayre
Mikol Sesker, MNM Farms
Beth Simeone
Lori Tauring & Renee Tierney, Star Route Farm
Dale & Ann Woodbeck

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Additional Project Funding

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

Gempler’s
Michael Fields Agricultural Institute
Practical Farmers of Iowa
Big River Farms/Minnesota Food Group
Wisconsin Farmer’s Union
Farm Table Foundation
The Land Connection
Renewing the Countryside
University of Minnesota
University of Wisconsin OGRAIN Project
Women Food and Ag Network (WFAN)
Organic Valley
Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society (NPSAS)

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