Farmland Access

The Farmland Access Network began in 2010 as a collaborative of five organizations and programs that focus on farmland access and stewardship in Vermont. The network works to uncover farmland tenure and business opportunities that might or might not be exposed on the open real estate market.  The organizations within the network work directly with farm seekers to improve their chances for success once on the land, and work directly with landowners and retiring farmers searching for next generation farmers to continue Vermont's farming legacy.  The Farmland Access Network manages the Vermont Land Link, an online tool to help match farmland seekers with farmland.


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Farmland Access Task Force Continues to Work on Multiple Projects Add to Collection

The Farmland Access Task Force has been busy the last several months working on a diverse set of projects pertaining to: farmland search tools, outreach to real estate agents, coordinating direct technical assistance on farmland access, addressing farm transfer and succession and the financing for farmland.

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Farmland Access Task Force Continues to Work on Multiple Projects Add to Collection

The Farmland Access Task Force has been busy working on a diverse set of projects pertaining to: farmland search tools, coordinating direct technical assistance on farmland access, financing for farmland, and the effects of commercial solar projects on farmland and farmland access.

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