This guide is a compilation of existing, online legal resources targeted to help farm-seekers, farmers, landowners and farmer/landowner-advocates understand and navigate various legal issues related to accessing and transferring farmland in New England.
This nonprofit advocacy organization, “created by and for young beginning farmers in the United States,” provides a social network for the young farming community, as well as practical information, including regional and online training opportunities, and national agricultural policy information.
Provides information across a wide spectrum, including finding land, starting a farm, and resources for financing agricultural enterprises through loans and grants, and production information; they also provide resources on more specialized topics, including urban farming, permaculture, and chicken and goat farming.
WWOOF-USA is a branch of the international WWOOF organization that facilitates the placement of volunteers on organic farms, providing them with first-hand experience of the organic agriculture movement. The website serves as a portal to connect farms and the community, providing information about membership and volunteer opportunities.
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