Finding Land to Farm in Idaho Short Course

Four Sessions | Free Registration

Mondays evenings 6:30-8:00 pm Pacific / 7:30-9:00 pm Mountain

April 27, May 4, May 11 and May 18

​Are you a Land Seeker? 

Perhaps you are returning from military service or changing careers.  Maybe you have worked or apprenticed on farms or been inspired by urban agriculture or the local food movement.  If you have a desire to find land to farm or ranch, the Finding Land to Farm short course is for you! 

​People learn best by doing! This 4-part short course takes a skills-based approach to teaching and learning that focuses on what people need to know and do to successfully find land to farm.   In addition to live webinar-based class sessions, participants will have access to online classroom materials including activities and resources essential to making land tenure decisions.

Week 1:  Introduction to Land Tenure Options

Week 2:  Assessing Your Financial Position

Week 3:  Finding and Assessing Farmland

Week 4:  Ins and Outs of Leasing and Buying Land

The Finding Land to Farm curriculum “Farmland for the Next Generation” was developed by the American Farmland Trust, the Worldwide Instructional Design System and a team of 25 farming and land access experts from across the United States through grant from the U.S. Department of Agricultures Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program, Award # 2015-70017-23901.

For more information, please contact:

Colette DePhelps, University of Idaho Extension, cdephelps@uidaho.edu