Maud Powell

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Biography

About Maud Powell, OSU Extension Small Farms Faculty: Maud has an M.A. from Antioch University Seattle in Environment and Community Studies, and received her B.A. from Swarthmore College in Comparative Religion. She and her husband have owned and operated Wolf Gulch Farm, a small diversified vegetable and seed farm, in the Little Applegate Valley, for ten years. Maud worked for four years as the Project Manager for the Siskiyou Sustainable Cooperative, and currently coordinates their Community Supported Agriculture Program. Maud is passionate about reinvigorating rural communities by strengthening local economies and increasing food and fiber production.

Content by Maud Powell

SARE Fellows Visit Oregon!

Every year since 2007, USDA’s Sustainable Agriculture Research and Extension program (SARE) and the National Association of County Agriculture Agents (NACAA) has offered a national Fellows program....

By Maud Powell, | Article

Designing a Whole Farm System

Whole Farming Principles and Strategies

By Maud Powell, Nick Andrews, Melissa Matthewson, Shelley Elkovich, Gwendolyn Ellen, Tim Franklin, Don Tipping | Article

CSA Marketing: Three Tips for Increasing Membership

Many farmers report that CSA shares have become increasingly difficult to sell over the past five years. With an uptick in farmers markets during the past decade and the advent of online buying clubs,...

By Maud Powell, | Article

Farmers Share Valuable Insights at Northwest Farmer to Farmer Conference

The annual Northwest Farmer to Farmer Conference is an opportunity for organic producers to convene at Breitenbush Hot Springs and share hard-won knowledge and experience about farming. Following are...

By Maud Powell, Andrew Rodman | Article

Small Farms Oregon Legislative Update

This legislative session includes an unprecedented number of bills that affect small farms are up for review by our state lawmakers. Most of these bills have been sponsored by the Oregon Farmers...

By Maud Powell | Article

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