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This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information about conservation easements. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of American Farmland Trust's Farmland...
This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information about farmland access. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of American Farmland Trust's Farmland Advisors...
This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information about farm transfer planning. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of American Farmland Trust's Farmland...
This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information about leasing farmland. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of American Farmland Trust's Farmland...
This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information about determining rental rates on leased farmland. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of American...
This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information about the elements of a good farm lease. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of American Farmland Trust's...
This fact sheet, translated here in Spanish, provides basic information for agricultural landowners about leasing land to a farmer. It is one in a collection of fact sheets produced as part of...
Planning for the future of your farm is never easy, and it has unique challenges when there is not an identified next generation. There are many causes for not having a next generation identified....
USDA defines beginning farmers as individuals who have been operating a farm for 10 years or less. The 2012 Census of Agriculture provides information about operators’ experience on their current...
The presentation in this session of American Farmland Trust's Farmland, Food and Livable Communities Conference examines the consolidation of and changes to conservation programs in the 2014 Farm...
To measure the fiscal impact of existing land uses on Bexar County’s budget, University of Texas-San Antonio graduate student Helen Holdsworth, with the assistance of American Farmland Trust (AFT),...
On May 2, 2014, the United States Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service (USDA-NASS) released the 2012 Census of Agriculture. The Census of Agriculture (COA) is the most...
Across the United States, many urban, suburban, and even rural neighborhoods are experiencing dramatic transformations. Parking lots, underused commercial properties, and former industrial sites are...
This guide was written for people who need assistance starting, expanding, or owning a farm or ranch. If you are thinking about borrowing money to start or expand your business, it is a good idea to...
To help reduce land-use conflicts associated with solar siting, Conservation Biology Institute (CBI), Berkeley Law’s Center for Law, Energy and the Environment (CLEE), and Terrell Watt Planning...
To save water, and to reduce water pollution and greenhouse gases, fruit and vegetable growers can change the way they irrigate and fertilize their crops.To learn why the use of these environmentally...
This strategic plan is the result of an 18-month planning process initiated by the County of San Diego (the County) in conjunction with a Core Working Group and American Farmland Trust (AFT). AFT was...
Food is a sustaining and enduring necessity. Yet among the basic essentials for life — air, water, shelter, and food — only food has been absent over the years as a focus of serious professional...
American Farmland is published four times a year by American Farmland Trust, a nonprofit membership organization founded in 1980 to protect the nation’s agricultural resources. AFT works to stop the...
The Envision San José 2040 General Plan sets forth a vision and a comprehensive road map to guide the City’s continued growth through the year 2040. The Plan includes land use policies to shape the...

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