1. Farmland Advisors Farmland Transfers

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    from American Farmland Trust / Added

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    This webinar will provide a basic level of information about the topic of Farmland Transfers. Presenters for this webinar: • Jerry Cosgrove, New World Foundation and author of Your Land is Your Legacy • Jon Jaffe, Farm Credit East Topics: • Tools for transferring farm management • Tools for transferring farm assets • Conservation options for farm transfer • Case studies/profiles of farm transfers

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    • Agri-tourism Part 4

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      March 26th, 2014 in Morgan Hill, CA Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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      • Connecting to Land: Finding, Leasing and Purchasing Agricultural Land

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        from Oregon Small Farms Program / Added

        Finding the right land is the most fundamental, and sometimes the most difficult, part of starting or expanding an agricultural enterprise. Prospective landlords and tenants will learn the basics of crafting a lease agreement, and how to maintain a long-term, working relationship. Get practical advice from a farmer, a legal perspective on land contracts, and a real estate agent’s perspective on researching a property. Nellie McAdams, Friends of Family Farmers; Conner Voss, Agricultural Real Estate Consultant; Shawn Clark, Student at OSU's Horticulture Program and CCC's Urban Agriculture Program.

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        • Greenhorns & Grayhorns: Keynote

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          The recently published book, Greenhorns: 50 Dispatches from the New Farmer Movement, includes nine “dispatches” from Oregon farmers and ranchers. These authors represent the growing youth movement in Oregon agriculture. The keynote session features four of the Oregon authors and greenhorn farmers representing different regions of the state: Sarahlee Lawrence, Rainshadow Organics, Terrebonne; Josh Volk, Slow Hand Farm, Portland; Cory Carman, Carman Ranch, Wallowa; Teresa Retzlaff, 46 North Farm, Olney. However, greenhorns would not be anywhere without grayhorns.” Moderating the panel is well-known organic seed grower and inveterate grayhorn, Frank Morton of Wild Garden Seed, Philomath.

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          • Agri-tourism Part 3

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            March 26th, 2014 in Morgan Hill, CA Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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            • Agri-tourism Part 2

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              March 26th, 2014 in Morgan Hill, CA Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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              • Agri-tourism Part 5

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                March 26th, 2014 in Morgan Hill, CA Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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                • East Lansing Food Co-op TV Ep. 6 (Part 2/2)

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                  Continuing our conversation with Taylor Reid, we ask the creator, and founder of beginning farmers . org what it means to "grow farmers." Along the way, Taylor tells us his story, and explains how and why he got involved with helping first generation farmers to get started in a profession that has become increasingly more difficult to gain a foothold in.

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                  • J.E. Perry Farm Tour - Part 3

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                    April 15th, 2014 - Ardenwood Regional Park Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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                    • J.E. Perry Farm Tour - Part 2

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                      April 15th, 2014 - Ardenwood Regional Park Sponsored by: Sustainable Agriculture Education (SAGE) & Alameda County Conservation Partnership Funding Provided by: USDA NIFA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program (Grant #2011-49400-30641)

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