Southwest Agroforestry Action Network

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About Us

MISSION

 The Southwest Agroforestry Action Network (SWAAN) mission: Helping people integrate trees, crops, and animals to regenerate Southwest landscapes. SWAAN’s scope of interest is forest-agricultural activities on tribal, state, federal, county, municipal and private lands in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah.  

Upcoming Events

 

Upcoming Virtual Events:

  • --July 14 @ 9am AZ/10am MDT – Quarterly SWAAN meeting, with program (TBD)


Upcoming In-Person event:

  • --Southwest Agroforestry Challenges and Best Practice Solutions, Tucson, AZ (To be rescheduled, check back for updates)


Who attends our events

  • Agricultural producers, Tribes, ranchers, community gardeners and orchardists, permaculturalists, water harvesters, and others who produce food for themselves.
  •  Representatives of government agencies, cooperative extension, universities, and nonprofit organizations who support sustainable solutions for agriculture, forestry, and communities through their programs.  
  •  People interested in community food forests and forest-agricultural activities including alley cropping, forest farming, riparian forest buffers, silvopasture, windbreaks, and shelterbelts.  



resources and links

Agroforestry in Action

University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

National Agroforestry Center

National Agroforestry Center

University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

National Agroforestry Center

University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

LEAF project

Natural Resources Conservation Service

University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Information from the 1st Conference

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Natural Resources Conservation Service

Agroforestry Podcast

Agroforestry Podcast

Agroforestry Podcast