“Farmland for the Next Generation,” is a comprehensive 8-part land access trainer curriculum. Our skills-based approach focuses on what people need to be able to do, not just on what they need to know. It addresses three paths to land access: leasing, purchasing, and receiving land through inheritance or gift. Using this curriculum as a guide, our trainings are intended for agricultural service providers, including Extension, land trusts, conservation districts, and other community partner organizations interested in advising beginning farmers and ranchers on their land access decision-making.

There are no upcoming trainings for ag service providers.


Scroll down to learn more about our curriculum. Contact LAT@farmland.org to learn more about our network of trainers and other resources.