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Land for Good

By Jen Risley (May 24, 2014)

From Land for Good’s website

LFG_logo_transparent_smallSince 2004 we have provided caring support and expert guidance to help farmers, landowners and communities navigate the complex challenges of land access, tenure and transfer. And our comprehensive and collaborative approach achieves customized solutions and helps realize family, farm business and community goals.
We believe that long-term solutions for improving farmland access for beginning and established farmers must make land:
•    Available (in sufficient quantity, suitable locations, accessible, and findable);
•    Affordable (whether for purchase or rent);
•    Appropriate (for farming and related uses; providing security, housing, infrastructure); and
•    Equitable (clear rights and responsibilities, equity for all parties).

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