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Purdue Extension to Host Workshop for Next Generation of Farmland Seekers

Ready to grow your farm operation, but unsure how to acquire more land?  During the Farmland for the Next Generation program hear from industry representatives, farmers, & extension personnel as they prepare you for your future land acquisitions.  

Farmland for the Next Generation is an interactive program series that addresses three paths to land access: leasing, purchasing, and receiving land through inheritance or gift.  It utilizes a skills-based approached that focuses on what people need to be able to do, not just on what they need to know.  This 4-session virtual workshop series will be offered on Monday evenings from November 7 – November 28 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm EST (5:30 – 7:30 pm CST). 

Industry representatives, farmers, and Purdue Extension Educators will be presenting a variety of topics throughout the 4-sessions that will help prepare you for future land acquisitions.  Some of the topics they will cover include:

  • Financial Readiness
  • Paths to Land Access
  • Finding Farmland
  • Assessing Farmland Suitability
  • Success Stories

The registration fee for this workshop is $50.  Individuals wanting to participate in this virtual workshop can sign up here. The deadline for registration is October 31.

This curriculum was created by the American Farmland Trust, supported by a four-year Educational Enhancement grant from the USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development program.

For more information, or if you need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this program, contact Kathryn Weiss at 219-285-8620 ext. 2800 or prior to the program. Purdue University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action institution.

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