"The Greenhorns" documentary film was the takeoff point for many companion projects over the last six years:
Messaging: Providing a platform to reclaim the culture of agriculture. Thousands of stickers and posters with original art by and for farmers. Imagine fruit falling.
Database: Through online nominations and event meet-ups, over 12,000 young farmers and allies have joined our network – sharing stories, celebrating, and designing solutions to common challenges.
Advocacy: Greenhorns are co-founders of The National Young Farmers Coalition.
Blog: Our blog now attracts 1000 visitors daily, to peruse the news, an index of learning resources and to find jobs and training opportunities in sustainable agriculture
Media: Sharing stories, sparking dialogue, and reviving the culture of agriculture through crowd-sourcing entries and making collaborative new media. See our documentary, Our Land web series, Almanac, compilations of essays, posters and ephemera.
Guidebooks: 4 completed guidebooks now jostle in backpacks throughout the land. See our Guidebook for Beginning Farmers, Field Guide, guide to Affording Our Land, and wait for our guide to cooperative farming in 2014.
Events: Greenhorns have hosted and/or organized over 85 unique events for young farmers all over the country, attracting thousands to community mixers, seed swaps, skill-building workshops, and season-end celebrations.
Radio: Greenhorn Radio, featuring interviews with diverse young farmers, streams weekly on Heritage Radio Network to an average audience of 4,000 listeners per episode.