TV series spotlights state’s farms, unusual crops
An online forum for agriculture in the New England, free and open to the public
Local Agriculture and Seafood Act (LASA) grants support the growth, development, and marketing of local food and seafood in Rhode Island
Farms in Barrington, East Greenwich, Jamestown, and Little Compton will use over $67K in funding for renewable energy investments to "green" their operations and save money
Efforts are underway to develop an actionable vision for food in our state.
Farm to Institution New England report and statistics
A voluntary program for growers, part of a nationwide food safety effort.
Learn about efforts to identify and promote seafood landed in Rhode Island by commercial fishermen, as well as seafood grown in Rhode Island waters by commercial farmers.
Odds are good there's a farmers' market, roadside stand, or CSA very close to you. Let us help you find them!
Consisting of six primary program areas, the Rhode Island Division of Agriculture works to sustain, promote and enhance Rhode Island's agricultural viability today and for generations to come.