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Permalink Listening to the Land: Tools and Strategies for Land Assessment Workshop

June 23, 2018
Yellow Springs, Ohio

This morning workshop at Agraria is a component of American Farmland Trust's Farmland for the Next Generation project. Beginning farmers seeking land will gain hands-on experience assessing the suitability of a parcel of land for a farm operation during this workshop. Gain perspective from a beginning farmer and Farm Credit Mid-America appraiser about the appraisal process and common issues beginning farmers face. Participants will also have an opportunity to learn first-hand about conservation easements with Tecumseh Land Trust. A free public tour of Agraria follows the workshop in the afternoon.

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