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New England LandLink

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food (June 26, 2009)

UNH Coperative Extension Professor Emeritus, John Porter recently announced that New Hampshire LandLink has been given new life by merging with New England LandLink. It will be run by the New England Farm Institute (NESFI) in Belchertown, MA. Landlink organizations match farmers who want to sell or rent their farms with people who want to go into farming.

As Porter reports “Farmland is expensive and hard to find, and there is a younger generation with a desire to farm and supply local food. Some landowners might even make special arrangements for people who showed promise to carry on an enterprise.”

People who want to list property or who are looking for land can obtain application forms from a Co-operative Extension office or from NESFI’s website, under NE LandLink. Warren Hubley will be the director of New England LandLink and is availabe by phone and email for personal contact.
or 413-323-4531.

The NE LandLink currently has over 510 seekers and over 60 farm offerings and serves New England and eastern New York.

For further information, contact John Porter at

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