Do you own farmland that you’d like to see farmed sustainably?
If you own farmland, you have the power to make a positive difference in a new farmer's life and in the health of your community. Just an acre or two may be all that a new fruit or vegetable farmer needs to get started. If you have larger row crops acreage, we may be able to match you with have a farmer in your area who can transition your land to organic or other identity-preserved grain production. Similarly, if you are a member of a church, university, land trust or other entity that owns farmland, you can help ensure a healthy future for farmers and farming in your community by working with a sustainable farmer.
As a starting point, you may want to list your farmland opportunity in our classifieds or give us a call to talk about your situation. If you need one-on-one assistance finding a sustainable farmer for your land, contact our staff for an initial free consultation. If we both determine that it’s a good match, we’ll assist you on a fee-for-service basis.
Farmland Success Story: Read about Kris and Kathy McIntosh, who inherited their grandmother’s farm.