skip to Main Content

Georgia Organics 2017 Conference & Expo

The 20th Annual Georgia Organics Conference and Expo will be held February 17 - 19 in Atlanta, GA. Farmers, gardeners, homesteaders, consumers will come together for two days of workshops, educational sessions, and not-to-be-missed food and farm tours.
Read More

Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual Conference

Join AWA at the Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual Conference. The annual conference is a hallmark of what Practical Farmers of Iowa stands for: farmer-to-farmer learning, networking and grassroots solutions to on-farm challenges for a more diverse, sustainable agricultural landscape.…

Read More

Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual Conference

Join AWA at the Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual Conference. The annual conference is a hallmark of what Practical Farmers of Iowa stands for: farmer-to-farmer learning, networking and grassroots solutions to on-farm challenges for a more diverse, sustainable agricultural landscape.…

Read More

AGRItunity 2015

In it's ninth year, the AGRItunity conference connects Florida farmers, ranchers, and entrepreneurs looking to create or expand land based agricultural operations. AWA will be exhibiting at this event in Inverness, Florida on April 11, 2015. We hope to see you there!
Read More

AGRItunity 2015

In it's ninth year, the AGRItunity conference connects Florida farmers, ranchers, and entrepreneurs looking to create or expand land based agricultural operations. AWA will be exhibiting at this event in Inverness, Florida on April 11, 2015. We hope to see you there!
Read More

AWA Now Accepting 2011-2012 Good Husbandry Grant Proposals

Animal Welfare Approved is pleased to announce a call for proposals for its 2011-2012 Good Husbandry Grants. Now in its fourth year, the Good Husbandry Grants program has funded nearly one hundred projects across the country to improve farm animal welfare. Certified farmers and those who have submitted an application for AWA certification may apply for up to $5,000 towards projects such as mobile housing, breeding stock, and on-farm processing equipment. Slaughter plants working with or seeking to work with AWA farmers are also eligible for funding. The funding priorities for this year’s cycle include improved genetics, increased outdoor access, welfare improvements in the slaughter process and non-lethal predator control. A primary goal of this grant program is to facilitate the growth and success of high-welfare, pasture-based systems.
Read More
Back To Top
×Close search
Search
This website uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More