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Transitioning Land to a New Generation

Partnering with the nation’s leading experts in land transfer, we are creating an adaptable, skills-based curriculum. This curriculum will serve ag service providers working with a new generation of producers and landowners as they navigate the complex financial, legal, and interpersonal issues involved in land and business transfer.

This project builds on our previous Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program, or BFRDP, grant project, Farmland for the Next Generation. It is part of many ongoing, multi-faceted partnerships with organizations committed to helping beginning producers succeed. We are honored to work among such colleagues and are excited to create this adaptable and innovative resource.

Project Advisors

Our Educational Team will provide their insight and perspective on what diverse landowners and land seekers need during transition periods.

Meet our Project Partners

Trainer Cohort

Our new cohort of Land Access Trainers will test new curriculum with farmers, ranchers, and land owners in their communities.

Meet the Trainer Cohort of 2021

Farmland for the Next Generation

Farmland for the Next Generation is an 8-part Land Access Training curriculum. Click here to to learn more about the project that developed it and find land access resources for beginning producers and agricultural service providers.

Farmland for the Next Generation: Land Access Training

Transitioning Land to a New Generation is funded by a Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (BFRDP) grant from the United States Department of Agriculture/National Institute of Food and Agriculture (USDA NIFA). Our 3-year project proposal will foster healthy communication skills between landowners and land seekers and continue to build a support network of ag service providers.