Keeping a Farm a Farm

Keeping a Farm a Farm

Keeping a Farm a Farm

New American Farm Conference Breakout Session

One of the best ways to protect farmland is ensuring it stays a farm. That means bringing in new farmers, and helping pass farmland on to future generations. Three experts share their experience in training and helping new and old farmers and ranchers keep the farm in the family.

Available speaker presentations include:

 Deborah Cavanaugh-Grant, University of Illinois Extension

Julia Freedgood, American Farmland Trust, Washington DC

Freedgood.ppt 1.31 MB

This session was part of the New American Farm Conference, held March 25-27, 2008 in Kansas City to celebrate SARE's 20th anniversary.

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