Finding Your Farm [Webinar Recording]

Recorded on February 9, 2021. View the recording of this webinar.

Finding farmland can be a challenge for beginning farmers here in New Hampshire. Sometimes it can take a lot of networking, creativity, and patience. This webinar will focus on some of the ways that new farmers can find available farm properties here in New Hampshire, and options that may be available to aquire farm real estate such as leasing, a purchase, or other innovative ways. This webinar will also include a panel discussionion on the considerations an aspiring farmer should pay careful attention to before acquiring real estate for an agriculture business.

Presenters:

How to find a farm and working with a landowner-Cara Cargill, NH Field Agent, Land for Good

Working with a land trust or municipality-Jeremy Lougee, Conservation Project Manager and Farmland Coordinator, Southeast Land Trust of New Hampshire

Real estate site evaluation panel discussion-Tom Howard, Principal Broker, NH Conservation Real Estate, Jeremy Delisle and Elaina Enzien, UNH Cooperative Extension Field Specialists

Moderated by Kelly McAdam and Kenesha Reynolds, UNH Cooperative Extension.

This webinar is the first in the 2021 Future of the Farm Webinar Series on farm estate and succession planning topics. 

This material is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award Number 2018-70027-28588.

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Contact

Kelly McAdam
Agricultural Business Management Field Specialist
Assoc Field Specialist COA
Phone: (603) 527-5475
Office: Cooperative Extension, Taylor Hall, Durham, NH 03824