Friends of Farmland

Do you contribute to a web site or blog? American Farmland Trust needs your help to spread the word about the importance of farmland protection for local food.

  1. Take a stand by placing a badge on your site. Better yet, take all three badges and put them on your site!
  2. Share your local farms and food stories in the comment section below and we’ll add you to our Friends of Farmland list, with a link back to your site!
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Friends of Farmland*

  1. Red White and Grew Blog
  2. Earthbytes
  3. Common Sense Agriculture, Conservation and Energy
  4. Writing in the Mountains
  5. Farmer’s Daughter
  6. FoodieTots
  7. Eat Drink Better
  8. Virtual Farmgirl
  9. Discipleassisi
  10. Rural Locavore
  11. Hilltown Families
  12. Davistudio
  13. La Donna Welter
  14. Down to Earth
  15. A Little Red Hen
  16. Life with the Shibaguys
  17. SuperEco
  18. Granny Miller
  19. Woodstock Farm Festival
  20. Playing in the Dirt
  21. Know Your Farms
  22. Laughing Duck Gardens
  23. The Expatriot’s Kitchen
  24. Richmond Food Collective
  25. Single Chef Guy
  26. Cook Local
  27. Lessons in Sustainability
  28. Watauga County Farmers’ Market
  29. Greenology 101
  30. Growing Groceries
  31. Sweetnicks
  32. Adventures in Eating Locally
  33. Country in the Burbs
  34. Friends of the Leon Springs Farmers Market
  35. Tragedy of the Commons
  36. Em and the Gang
  37. Backyard Chickens For Wake Forest
  38. My Greenery Corners
  39. Think Global Eat Local
  40. Only an Almond Bean
  41. Just Ginae
  42. Squash Blossom Farm
  43. Farm Fresh Soup
  44. St. Fairsted Farm
  45. Martha’s Vineyard Fiber Farm
  46. Irish Grove
  47. Turtles To Start
  48. Yoga Pioneer
  49. Speak With Your Food
  50. Greta’s Garden
  51. Delish Designs
  52. Sunny
  53. Girlichef
  54. Frost Bottom Farm
  55. Duskwind Farm
  56. Cookies in Heaven
  57. Holiday Brook Farm
  58. Marin Agricultural Land Trust
  59. Little Dove’s Launchpad
  60. Sonomavore
  61. The 50 Mile Diet
  62. Epicurean Ideal
  63. Boise Foodie Guild
  64. Our Retirement in Idaho
  65. Green Food Tallahassee
  66. Annie’s Organic Buying Club
  67. Green Organic Mama
  68. Creek Bed Farm
  69. Wayfaring Wanderer
  70. Western Fine Art Blog
  71. Seedling Spartanburg
  72. Frogs Snails Puppy Dog Tales
  73. Another Day Today
  74. Cookus Interruptus
  75. The Cooking & Hospitality Institute of Chicago
  76. Taking the Long Way
  77. The Handicapper’s Journey
  78. I Walk In This World
  79. On a Lobster Placemat
  80. Give a Girl a Fig
  81. Island Farm: Organic Farming on the Caribbean
  82. Every Kitchen Table
  83. Hyperlocavore
  84. The Garden’s Green Angels
  85. BucknRoll
  86. Sara Ress Wittenberg
  87. Andrew Mark Veety
  88. The Lemon Lady
  89. Steady
  90. The Philly Food Feed
  91. Sitka Local Foods Network
  92. Naturally Low Carb
  93. UMAMI – What’s For Dinner?
  94. Stand Up, Dig In
  95. The Mountains are Growing with Chile
  96. The Veg Table
  98. Living and Loving the Shepherds Life
  99. A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania
  100. Good for the Palette
  101. East Shelby County Farmers Market
  102. Our Changing Dinner Table
  103. Every Kitchen Table
  104. Regional Best
  105. Just Making Noise
  106. Fake Food Free
  107. The Greenest
  108. MillerTime
  109. Drowning In Whine
  110. Cold Cereal and Toast
  111. Farmer South
  112. Monday Travels
  113. Barefoot Gypsy Blog
  114. Wesh Farms
  115. Fairfield Green Food Guide
  116. Budget Organic
  117. Fitting into the Windy City
  118. Relay Living
  119. Westcroft Gardens
  120. Tacketts Mill Farm
  121. Goose Hill Farm
  122. Memories of Mine to Thine
  123. A Mom Writing
  124. Sustainable Live*Work*Play
  125. Invited to the King’s Table
  126. Delicious Obsessions
  127. Our Share of the Harvest
  129. Everyman Cooks

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26 thoughts on “Friends of Farmland

  1. Carla Jaquet

    Welcome to our blog! My name is Carla Jaquet and I’m new to the Rock Island County Extension staff. Now that I’ve settled in to my position I thought I would take some time to introduce myself and share my purpose at the Extension. I graduated from Black Hawk College – East campus last May with an AAS in horticulture and am currently a student at Western Illinois University studying Recreation, Parks and Tourism Administration with a minor in Environmental Biology. My involvement at BHE was filled with experiential learning leading to my employment with the college as project coordinator for their organic land lab, Black Hawk Organics, a setting where I was given the opportunity to spread my wings and further explore a subject of which I am passionate, the local foods movement.
    The culture of the Midwest has altered significantly over the past thirty years causing small family farms to expand and engage in large scale operations through an attempt to create economic sustainability. With these changes a disconnect between farmer and the general public has occurred causing a disengagement of understanding in relation to food and fiber production as well as a loss of vocational opportunity and cultural mores once a part of Midwestern society. The ill effects of a nutritionally poor diet as well as loss of intrinsic motivation for outdoor activity has fostered a generation of individuals of which obesity is the norm causing related health issues to sky rocket at an alarming rate.
    My purpose with the University of Illinois Extension – Rock Island County, as well as personal goal is to heighten awareness and foster partnerships to further sustainability of small family farms, create a local foods chain to provide our community with healthy locally grown food, and implement educational practices to facilitate informed individuals who engage and assist in a movement essential to well being. I welcome everyone to join me in the next leg of my journey of discovery to a healthier sustainable way of life!

    Rock Island County Extension

  2. Stacey Warde

    I found this site through Wendell Berry’s blog. I write my own blog, Rogue’s View, which features a number of essays about my experience as a farmhand after nearly 30 years of working as a reporter, editor and publisher. I miss my old occupation—the digital revolution has changed everything so quickly—but found a new love in the life of the farm.

  3. Julie @SavvyEats

    I am the writer of Savvy Eats, a food blog where I focus on using local and seasonal ingredients and canning fruits and vegetables when they are in season. Excited to check out some of the other blogs on this list!

  4. Jessica @ Delicious Obsessions

    Hi! I am a real food blogger. My blog is called Delicious Obsessions. I love food (that’s the “obsession”) – good, real, wholesome food (that’s the “delicious”) and I am beyond passionate about it! I am a strong advocate for eating local, supporting and growing your local community’s economy, getting to know your farmers, shopping at farmers markets, etc. I am always on the search for local, sustainable products and it is a driving force in my life.

    Thank you for putting this list together and doing the great work that you do! You have a strong voice and I am proud to be a supporter of you and the mission to spread the knowledge!

  5. Lindsey @ Our Share of the Harvest

    Hi, I’m the author and owner of Our Share of the Harvest, a blog that was inspired by our first season of cooking and eating from a CSA share. As our readership and passion for eating locally has grown, we like to think of the blog as a way for us to spread the message about eating locally and as a resource for modern home cooks who want to get back to cooking and preserving foods that come from just a few miles away (or their own gardens!). As the daughter of a long line of farmers, I truly appreciate the work that goes into growing food and the work that goes into supporting those farmers.

  6. Loretta McLean

    We grow and preserve our own produce through most of the year. When we can’t grow enough of our own, we drive to local farms. We are a family of four (with extentions) to feed. We rely on our crops and locals to keep our freezer and pantry full. It’s our way of life.

    To help show our support, I’ve added one of your buttons to my blog.

  7. Samantha

    Hi, I run a home based baking business and run a booth at a local farmers market. I run a blog about baking & cooking and fully support local farms and producers and using local ingredients. I added 2 of your buttons to the blog on my website. Spreading the word whenever I can!

  8. Esther

    Local farms are going to be the only sustaining force in keeping communities fed. I support by buying from my local farmers and do what I can to garden at home as well as preserve food.

  9. Sonia Gasho

    Hello! Found your site from bumper stickers handed out at local cattle growers and Farm Bureau meetings. I am a local rancher and support farms and ranchers in all of America. Local is great but not the only solution. We need to work together to tell our story to everyone. I blog about our ranch and my own thoughts at Would love to help tell your story and mine.

  10. Lynette

    I have posted your button on my blog! Thanks for offering it and hopefully the awareness will be raised. We have a blog where we share our daily task that take place on our farm. We are a small farming family and hope to make a difference in our small community. We support local farmers in any way we can as often as we can!

  11. Dru Ruebush

    Keep up the great work! I was so excited to see the Las Cruces farmer’s market took first place for large markets. I added the button to my blog. Please share THE FARMER’S ITCH with your readers.

    Thanks for all you do for American farms!!!

  12. Linda

    Hi! I’m Linda and my blog, Vittles and Committals, is about my local food experiences and simple family meals made from fresh, whole ingredients – local as much as possible. I’m a supporter of Farmland and love what you are doing and your blog!

  13. bebe @cooking with bebe

    Hi,I just posted one of your buttons to my blog. I just started the blog to show my children that it is possible to make yummy things from locally grown and/ or seasonal foods. We are passionate about food and now we are passionate about finding out where our food comes from and in preserving local farmland. We are frequent visitors to our local farmers markets and we plan to join our community garden next year. Looking forward to perusing all of the other fine blogs on this list.~bebe

  14. Sherry

    Hello! I found your site through another blog that I follow, Life of a Novice. We just started our own blog this year about our trials and tribulations starting an urban farm in our backyard in downtown Kansas City. We’re hoping that will help others who also are wanting to grow their own food and become more self sufficient. I’ve got your button on my blog – would you mind adding me to your blog list?

  15. David Harrison

    We are a small livestock farm, trying our best to get back to the way of life our forefathers started.We grow and butcher our own stock along with a plentiful garden.
    WE also support our local farmers by labor and buying locally when needed.

  16. Bella


    I’m so glad I found this blog. I want to know more about farming, on how to grow your own plant, etc.. Hope you can write more about this in the future! More power!

  17. Erin is a free resource for growers to list their produce and for fresh-food lovers to find it on a local scale. Sustainable growers need to be supported and your site provides incredible resources for this to happen. GreenFarmstand is a proud “wearer” of your button and from all of us here, we thank you.

  18. Kresha @ Nourishing Joy

    I am the editor and chief writer for, a real food blog that is also dedicated to the larger picture of sustainable living, natural homemaking, and joyful parenting.

    My husband farms organic vegetables in the fertile valley where we live and most members of my extended family live and work on family farms in the midwest. Protecting farmland is a joy for us and absolutely essential.

    I am so happy to share your badges on my site and to support your on-going work.

  19. Mooberry Farmwife

    My blog is about our large family’s life on our farm. We do what we can for ourselves; home food production, cooking and baking from scratch, and much frugal living! Thanks for your work on behalf of farmers.

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