New Perennials links education, research and analysis on agricultural transformation with community initiatives that work to grow, shape, and share the expressions of perennial thought and action. Agriculture’s 10,000 year history has generated ecologically unsustainable practice and culturally corrosive hierarchies that must change. The project draws inspiration for radical change from the work of The Land Institute in Salina, Kansas to develop perennial grain crops and polyculture farming solutions. Since 2018, Middlebury College and The Land Institute serve as educational and research hubs of the project.
To learn more and get involved, visit the project's websites at The Land Institute and Middlebury College.