New York Agricultural Districts Enabling Statutes

New York's Agricultural Districts Law was enacted in 1971 to help keep farmland in active agricultural production.  An agricultural district can be developed when a group of interested landowners - who collectively own 500 acres - submit a proposal to their county requesting the formation of a district. 

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Citation: 
N.Y. Agric. & Mkts. §§ 300 to 310 (2006).
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