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Home  >  What Is Sustainable Agriculture?  >   Finding Land to Farm: Six Ways to Secure Farmland (Summary)

Finding Land to Farm: Six Ways to Secure Farmland



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By Kendra Johnson, Rex Dufour and Marisa Alcorta

Published: 2009

Updated: 2009

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Introduction

This publication highlights some common ways to lease or own land. It outlines important considerations about each of these leasing options and paths to ownership.

Table of Contents

Various Agreements for Leasing and Owning Land
Finding Land to Farm
Resources for Farmers Seeking Land Tenure
Land Linking Programs
Elements of a Good Lease
Kinds of Consultants You May Need

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