We are no longer accepting new or returning entries in our Land Link data base. We have retired the program to focus on new approaches to land access. These better reflect the needs of the current generation of new farmers and ranchers.
New farmers face difficult obstacles in purchasing farmland outright. But alternatives to land access are available. They include:
- Financing options
- Land matching programs
- Networked searches, farm incubators and shared land
- Work-in arrangements
Landowners who want to help or find a new generation of energetic, committed farmers and ranchers have options too. They include:
Back in 1992 we created our pioneering land link program. We're proud of the role it has played in keeping young farmers on the land. Our new Hank Rohling Land Legacy Program, coming soon, will give today's landowners innovative methods to encourage the next generation of farmers and ranchers.
If you have questions or comments, please email Wyatt Fraas, firstname.lastname@example.org.