National Ag Apprenticeship Learning Network
New Entry works in partnership with commercial farms and organizations coordinating ag apprenticeships and other on farm learning opportunities across the country to build an active learning network for Ag Apprenticeships.
Download the Ag Apprenticeship Toolkit, a comprehensive guide to establishing or improving an agricultural apprenticeship on your farm or ranch. This resource includes tools, suggestions, and external links to supplementary resources.
Provide feedback on the toolkit! Take this survey to let us know what you think of the tool or how we can improve it.
AgALN is working to identify and share best practices for developing and delivering ag apprenticeship programs to train the next generation of US farmers and ranchers. To stay informed about this evolving work, please subscribe to the National Ag Apprenticeship Listserv.
This work includes coordination between apprenticeship training programs; sharing approaches, knowledge and resources; coordinating local and regional training-of-trainer efforts for farm educators and mentors; and fostering peer-to-peer dialogue with similar programs across the country.
Ag Apprenticeship Program Map
This map reflects ag apprenticeships across the country. To be included on the map, please fill out this form.
This network is designed to:
Disseminate Educational Resources through websites, broad outreach, webinars, a technical assistance referral network, posting to listservs/social media, sharing through the BFRDP clearinghouse and diverse beginning farmer service provider networks.
Strengthen Farm/ Ranch Mentor Skills via regional training of trainer sessions.
Support a Community of Practice and learning network for apprentice training programs through peer-to-peer sharing, annual conferences, and national/regional collaboration to strengthen both outreach and post-apprenticeship support resources.
Access 1 hour of free technical assistance with one of our partner organizations! Fill out the form HERE to get started.
Join us for the AgALN Annual Gathering taking place October 29 + 30 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. More info available HERE.
Annual Survey! Report on your activities and grow in community with other farmers by taking a 25 minutes survey here.