FIC Fact Sheets and Technical Memos

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This table displays the status and summarizes important information about 95 farm and ranch land protection programs in 20 states that have funded easement acquisitions.
This table displays the status and summarizes important information, as of January 2016, about farm and ranch land protection programs in the 28 states that have funded easement acquisitions.
This table displays the status and summarizes important information, as of January 2017, about farm and ranch land protection programs in the 28 states that have funded easement acquisitions.
The Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP) is a voluntary federal conservation program implemented by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) that protects agricultural land...
An installment purchase agreement (IPA) is an innovative payment plan offered by two states and more than a dozen localities with PACE programs. IPAs spread out payments so that landowners receive...
The images in these powerpoint slides use information from the Farmland Information Center's (FIC) most recent survey of State Purchase of Agricultural Conservation Easement programs (PACE). They...
Purchase of Agricultural Conservation Easement (PACE) programs use public funds to compenstate property owners for keeping their land available for agriculture.This handout provides talking points...
Purchase of agricultural conservation easement (PACE) programs compensate property owners for restricting the future use of their land. PACE is known as Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) in many...
Purchase of agricultural conservation easement (PACE) programs compensate property owners for restrictions on the future use of their land. One of the biggest challenges in administering PACE...