Land Access Workshop Series

This workshop series will cover land access information specific to Western Pennsylvania farmers.
Land Access Workshop Series - Workshops
Language: English
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Description

The Land Access Workshop Series focuses on land access resources specifically for new and beginning farmers in Western Pennsylvania.

To Be Covered

We will review and discuss key components of a land assessment, and identify tools, resources, and contacts for conducting an evaluation. Land use policy and community factors specific to a site, as well as the relationship between property features and conservation, business, and personal goals are also included in this participatory workshop.

Beginning Farmer & Rancher Program Project

This workshop is one in a series of eight resulting from a USDA, Beginning Farmer and Rancher Program project. The lead project organization is American Farmland Trust with award # 2015-70017-23901. We are two years into this three year project. Train-the-Trainer events covering the entire curriculum are being scheduled.

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