Field

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Farmers having conversations about the food we grow and how we produce it.

Farmers having conversations about the food we grow and how we produce it.

We are women in agriculture from across Minnesota who volunteer our time to share information about food and farming.

Together, our group raises a variety of conventional and organic crops, livestock and produce. We share our personal experiences, as well as science and research, to help you sort through the myths and misinformation surrounding food and farming.

Our goal is to be a resource for your food and farming questions. We hope you'll join the conversation.

Love for the land, our families, our friends and our food – that’s what fuels our community.

We are CommonGround Minnesota

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Our guiding
principles

We’re informative, not opinionated

At CommonGround we feel it's important to be inclusive of all types of farming, and we recognize how fortunate we are in the abundance of food options that we have.

No matter what food choices you make for your family, know we're here to simply be a resource.

We’re informative, not opinionated

At CommonGround we feel it's important to be inclusive of all types of farming, and we recognize how fortunate we are in the abundance of food options that we have.

No matter what food choices you make for your family, know we're here to simply be a resource.

You have nothing to fear here

We strive to be positive, and provide opportunities for open dialogue about how food is grown and raised on farms in Minnesota and across the United States.

We look forward to connecting with you, and sharing our passion for agriculture.

You have nothing to fear here

We strive to be positive, and provide opportunities for open dialogue about how food is grown and raised on farms in Minnesota and across the United States.

We look forward to connecting with you, and sharing our passion for agriculture.

We're 100% farmer funded.

CommonGround was developed by farmers through two national checkoff programs, the National Corn Growers Association and the United Soybean Board.

The program is also supported, in part, by the Minnesota Corn Growers Association.