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The Leopold Center reports that Drake University's Agricultural Law Center has developed two new publications as part of its Sustainable Agricultural Land Tenure (SALT) project supported by the Leopold Center Policy Initiative. Landowners Helping New Farmers provides an overview of state programs designed to help landowners who want to rent to a beginning farmer, and considerations that landowners might want to include in those leases. A second publication, Rotational Grazing on Leased Land, discusses what factors should be considered when setting up a lease for land that will be rotationally grazed. Both publications are available in PDF on the Leopold Center’s Pubs & Papers page.



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