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Farm Hack Tools, 2010–present

This is a Project. It was founded by GreenStart, Greenhorns and National Young Farmers Coalition. It is dated 2010–present.

A group of farmers, designers, makers, and hackers banded together and determined that the best way to address mounting challenges and radically improve agriculture for a more adaptive, open, and resilient food system is through greater knowledge sharing. Farm Hack is an open platform for community-based sharing and collaborative research, documenting, developing, and designing more than 150 open-source agricultural tools. Offline, the community convenes meet-ups, workshops, and build events to advance farm-tool prototypes and the best ideas and practices for a climate-ready agriculture.

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This object was previously on display as a part of the exhibition By the People: Designing a Better America.

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