National Agroforestry Center
Making Trees Outside Forests Count
Trees outside forests are an an undercounted resource. Learn about the process used by the USDA National Agroforestry Center and its partners to make these trees count!View Story Map
Agroforestry Strategic Framework
The Agroforestry Strategic Framework for fiscal years 2019-2024 has been released!Read Framework
Enhancing Resiliency in U.S. Agricultural Landscapes Under Changing Conditions
Agroforestry can provide mitigation and adaptation services with a changing climate.Open Report
Accelerating the adoption of agroforestry
The mission of the USDA National Agroforestry Center is to advance the health, diversity, and productivity of working lands, waters, and communities through agroforestry. Read more about the Center…
Agroforestry systems include many conservation and production practices. These practices take advantage of the interactive benefits from growing together trees and shrubs with crops and/or livestock.View Practices
The USDA National Agroforestry Center has developed a wide range of interactive, print and other resources to share information about agroforestry.
Landowners, producers, agencies and organizations all have a variety of social, environmental and financial goals, concerns and desires. Agroforestry systems are an option that can be designed to achieve multiple goals.View Topics
This report takes a look back and highlights some of the projects and events the National Agroforestry Center was involved with in 2018.
This resource provides links to archived webinars hosted by NAC partners on agroforestry topics.
This report presents the first-ever synthesis on agroforestry as a mechanism to provide mitigation and adaptation services in the face of a changing climate.
Use this interactive map to see if your state offers standards for the following practices: Alley Cropping, Multistory Cropping (Forest Farming), Riparian Forest Buffers, Silvopasture, Windbreak Establishment, and Windbreak Renovation.