Farm Link Programs

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Iowa State University’s Beginning Farmer Program operates Ag Link, a service to help preserve family farm businesses by matching beginning farmers who do not own land with retiring farmers who do not...
Established in 1999, California FarmLink has developed a statewide program of economic development support for beginning, limited-resource, immigrant and other underserved farmers. FarmLink offers an...
Catskills Farmlink is a collaborative of regional organizations, agencies and Cornell Cooperative Extension that supports Catskills farmers by offering online “classifieds” about educational programs...
The Center for Rural Affairs’ Land Link program provides opportunities for beginning farmers and ranchers and established landowners to work together to secure their farming futures. In addition to...
Established by state statute, the Connecticut Farm Link Program is designed to be a clearinghouse for the transition of farmland between generations of farmers with the goal of keeping the land in...
Columbia Land Conservancy and Dutchess Land Conservancy established a partnership expanding the Farmer Landowner Match Program to serve farmers and landowners in both New York counties. The Match...
The Tufts University New Entry Sustainable Farming Project offers the Farmland Matching Service, which provides assistance with locating, evaluating and matching farmers to farmland in Massachusetts...
The Finger Lakes LandLink is a project of Cornell Cooperative Extension Tompkins County and Groundswell Center for Local Food and Farming. The purpose of LandLink is to facilitate connections between...
Florida FarmFinder works to continue Florida’s rich farming heritage by keeping productive farmland in production. The majority of farmers in the state of Florida are over 55 years old, and almost...
Colorado Land Link provides tools and services that can help new farmers and ranchers access agricultural land and assists retiring farmers and ranchers with farm transitions. The Land Link program...
The Hudson Valley Farmland Finder is a resource for farmers and landowners. This website is managed by Partners of the Hudson Valley Farmlink Network and serves 13 counties in the Hudson Valley.  On...
The grassroots nonprofit Friends of Family Farmers works to protect and promote socially responsible agriculture in Oregon and administers iFarm Oregon, a land and resource connection service with an...
The goal of the International Farm Transition Network is to foster the next generation of farmers and ranchers. New transition and tenure strategies for beginning farmers are linked with retirement...
Land Link Montana is a farm and ranch transfer program whose mission is to see agricultural land remain under the stewardship of farmers and ranchers for generations to come. It achieves this by...
The Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service offers Land Link-Up, an online list where those seeking land to farm and farmland owners can post descriptions of farmland sought and of farmland...
An initiative of the Mid-Region Council of Governments of New Mexico, LandLink New Mexico provides resources and support to get the next generation of farmers and ranchers onto the land with the...
Maine FarmLink, a program of Maine Farmland Trust, is a linking service that helps connect people who are seeking farmland with farmland owners looking to sell, lease or work out non-traditional...
Administered by the Southern Maryland Agricultural Development Commission (SMADC), Maryland FarmLINK is designed to help new and established farmers. Its Property Exchange offers listing of farmland...
Minnesota Farm Link is a web-based tool designed to link farmers and farmland. Minnesota Farm Link includes all types of farming, from small fruit and vegetable farms, to large grain and livestock...
The Nebraska Department of Agriculture’s Beginning Farmer Program offers Nebraska Connections, an online listing of agricultural assets sought by beginning farmers and ranchers and available from...

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