How We Help
Do you own or manage land that could be farmed? Do you want to modify or improve agreements you have with a farmer on your land? You might have inherited a farm or farmland. You could be exploring how your organization, agency or town could make land available for farming.
Being a farm landlord, or transferring land to meet family and social goals can offer many rewards. Farmers of diverse backgrounds and goals are eager to find and care for land. Farmers on your land will promote land stewardship and food security.
We can help you:
- Clarify your vision and goals
- Assess your land and options for farming activities
- Develop and negotiate sound land use agreements
- Find the right farmer for your land
- Meet your stewardship & other objectives
Our team may recommend:
- One of our many workshops and online events
- Online tutorials, templates and worksheets
- Our extensive online library of educational and resource materials
- Referrals to technical specialists and partners
- Individualized advising and support from an LFG Field Agent if your land is in New England
Get in touch through our Landowner Form. A member of our team will share recommended resources, next steps and/or referrals. They will connect you with an LFG Field Agent for a consultation if appropriate.
Resources to get you started
- Find resources for Making Land Available
- Complete the Where Do I Start? Making My Land Available for Farming workbook
- Watch the recordings of our webinar series, Introduction to Making Your Land Available for Farming
- Post your property on New England Farmland Finder