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This report summarizes research on the state of community and squatter gardens in Philadelphia, with a focus on the production and distribution of food. The specific aims of this project were to...
This resource is meant to help both farmers and landowners understand what issues should be addressed before drafting a lease together. The list is organized as a checklist by category to introduce...
These stories were developed to help potential next-generation farmers and non-farming landowners who are interested in leasing their land. It includes eight profiles of successful farmland lease...
This handbook is intended to help land trusts, municipalities and institutions such as schools, churches and nonprofit organizations that own farmland to keep that land in production — or bring it...
This Guide was developed to help clarify some of the most important rules pertaining to direct farm businesses and to provide guidance on how and where to get correct information about them. The goal...
This publication provides farmers, school administrators, and institutional food-service planners with contact information and descriptions of existing programs that have made connections between...
Access to farmland, even in a nation as vast as ours, persists as the top challenge faced by new farmers in this country. The purpose of this book is to interpret the landscape of options available...
This guide is written for beginning farmers who are looking for land to start a farm business. This guide will help them understand the process of locating and securing farmland for their business. 
Over the past decade, the population of Dane County has grown by about 13 percent, adding approximately 46,000 new residents and making it the 9th fastest growing county in the state. In 1998, more...
Like most states, Virginia uses tax preferences to achieve specific policy goals. Because tax preferences are not subject to the State budgetary process, they often remain in effect, sometimes...
Despite the fact that rural communities have the most to gain and lose in matters involving economic development and environmental preservation, they often are given the least voice in the political...
From a speech given at the Sedimentation Control Institute, Virginia.
From a speech given at the 34th annual Southern Agribusiness Forum in New Orleans, Louisiana.
From a speech given at the dedication of the Silver Creek Watershed Project, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
From a speech given at the 23rd National Watershed Congress in Biloxi, Mississippi.
From a speech given at the annual meeting of the California Section, Society for Range Management, in San Diego, California.
From a speech given as part of the White Memorial Lectureship in Guelph, Ontario.

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