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|Join the society of local farmers and researchers in your area! You can think of this map as a modern day phonebook to help you find people involved in perennial agriculture and get in touch with them.||Perennial agriculture is based on raising crops that live for multiple years. Apple trees, hazelnut shrubs, strawberries, hop vines, asparagus, maple syrup, and pasture grasses are just a few examples of the wide variety of perennial crops.||Whenever we try new things and learn how they work, that's research. PerennialMap.org is meant to help farmers, scientists, and others team up to discover opportunities and address challenges in perennial agriculture.||It's not what you know, it's who you know! PerennialMap.org connects people so we can learn from each other and grow together. Please join us in sharing ideas, information, and innovations in perennial agriculture!|
This material is based upon work supported in part by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, United States Department of Agriculture, under WIS01810.
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