Where We Work
We operate from Washington, DC, and other offices located across the nation.
Learn more about the regional and state work that we do.
California Regional Office
Increasing development pressures and the difficulties of farming have resulted in an average loss of nearly 50,000 acres of California farmland and ranchland each year.
Mid-Atlantic Regional Office
From whitewater rivers to the Chesapeake Bay, our nation’s birthplace is home to some of the most diverse, yet threatened, farms in the country.
Midwest Regional Office
In the Midwest, we need to save the land – not just by the acre but also by the inch.
New England Regional Office
It’s never been more important to protect New England's threatened farms and farmland.
New York Regional Office
Since 1990, American Farmland Trust has worked tirelessly in New York to stop the loss of farms and farmland.
Whether you’re a concerned citizen, lifelong philanthropist, or a socially responsible company, there are several ways to make an impact with AFT today.
We advance farming practices that prevent erosion and rebuild soil health through the use of contour farming, no-till, cover crops, crop rotations, intensive rotational grazing, and precision agriculture. We help existing farmers and ranchers stay in business, and work to attract and support the next generation.