Land Stewardship Project
Focused in the midwest region of the United states the Land Stewardship Project publishes an annual CSA directory list
The Land Stewardship Project, founded in 1982, believes that all people—farmers and non-farmers alike—have a fundamental responsibility to care for the land that sustains us. That’s why our work is based in grassroots organizing and constant dialogue with the people who share a vision of a sustainable future on the land. The Land Stewardship Project relies on the power of the people to make positive change—whether it be in organizing against factory farming, developing sustainable farming systems, or coming up with visions of what a community-based food system should look like.
The Land Stewardship Project is a membership organization that is making this vision a reality by instituting programs that are rooted in the deep, fertile soil of communities like yours. Our members include people on farms, in the city and in suburbs. We are working with farmers, consumers, policy makers, businesses, academics, environmentalists and people concerned with justice in our society.