Small Acreages and Local Food
Coronavirus: In-Person Changes
- University of Idaho Extension will follow state and county guidelines for when our offices can reopen to the public. Please contact your local UI Extension county office to inquire about the status of open office hours. Contact information can be found under Our People in the menu or the page’s contact area..
- Service to clientele will continue through phone calls, emails, websites, social media and other appropriate means.
- Plan for epidemics and other emergencies
- Faculty, staff, students: see U of I's coronavirus response page
- Support the start-up, development and success of small-scale agricultural businesses.
- Empower landowners and residents of small acreages to protect and preserve their natural resources.
- Contribute to the strength and resiliency of safe local food systems in Idaho’s communities.
Why Small Acreages Matter
Thriving small scale agriculture and vibrant local food systems foster small business opportunities, income production, healthy people and increased individual and community food security.
Rural and urban farms, as well as school, home and community gardens provide access to diversified sources of food for consumers and to communities, neighborhoods or individuals with limited access to fresh, healthful and affordable food.
Small acreage resources created and approved by UI Extension experts.