Local and Regional Plans for Agriculture

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The Albany County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board, with assistance from the Albany County Office of Natural Resources and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Albany County, developed this...
The Town of Brutus Agriculture and Farmland Protection Plan was funded by a Municipal Planning Grant through the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. The plan was approved by the...
The Town of Charlton had one of the first municipal Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plans in New York to be adopted or approved.  Charlton's Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan contains...
The new Erie County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan creates innovative strategies to guide the County to identify and protect agricultural land with development pressure, support new farms...
  An Agriculture and Farmland Protection Plan adopted by Herkimer County, New York.  
Agriculture has been the mainstay of the economy of Madison County for the past 200 years. Today, both agriculture and its cultural landscape is threatened by the loss of farms, the loss of important...
  An Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan adopted by Oswego County, New York. 
Agriculture in Putnam County is a diverse, multimillion dollar industry and a crucial land use that strengthens our local food supply, economic vitality, quality of life, community character,...
An Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan adopted by Rensselaer County, New York.
Wayne County's Agricultural and Farmland Protection Plan was approved by the New York Commissioner of Agriculture in 1997.  Since the plan's development, the County Agricultural Development Board, in...
Agriculture is a critical component of Wyoming County's economy and communities. Farms in Wyoming County annually sell almost $180 million of farm products and help grow other local businesses....