Land Stewardship Project (LSP) has been working to change the public conversation for three and a half decades. Founded in 1982, the organization has used theatrical productions, rural gatherings and a quarterly print newsletter to give voice to a worldview that is simultaneously old-fashioned and revolutionary. During the decades that corporate agriculture came to dominate the landscape of the Midwest, the organizers and members of Land Stewardship Project have stood for the integrity of the land, care for the natural world, the value of small farmers, and the importance of rural communities. They have helped farmers stay on land that had been in their family for generations and trained young people who have never worked the land to launch their own sustainable farms.