The Greenhorns, an organization of young farmers dedicated to helping other young farmers getting into sustainable agriculture, has just published their thorough and interesting guide to getting started with cooperative and collective farming. You can download it from them here (Cooperative Farming) or you can find it, along with a bunch of other useful resources, in our Links section.
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