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Agricultural Acreage & More! - For Realtors
10 Feb
Agricultural Acreage & More! - For Realtors
Date: February 10, 2021
Time: 9:00 - 11:00 am
Place: via Zoom
Address: will be emailed after registration

Everything You Need to Know About Agricultural Acreage and More!

Do you work with agricultural lands? - A virtual workshop for realtors

 
Are you a realtor working in a rural area? This presentation will provide you with resources to help evaluate farms and vacant land that you may be listing. Our presenter is Jennifer Fimbel, a Senior Resource Educator for Agriculture with Duchess County Cornell Cooperative Extension Educator. She has extensive experience working with realtors to help them assess and effectively market farmland as well as understanding the needs of clients hoping to purchase farmland.
 
Topics to be discussed:
  • Which properties are eligible for farm “exemptions”
  • What are the differences between agricultural districts and agricultural zoning
  • Why knowing about local zoning is important
  • Matching suitable properties for prospective buyers
  • Section 310 of Article 25 AA NYS Agricultural Districts Law concerning disclosure
  • Mapping resource tools available and how to better utilize them
  • Community agriculture profiles
  • What is a conservation easement and how it affects the property

Questions?

Contact Janet Britt via email or call our office at (518) 692-7285

Support for this program is provided through a grant coordinated by American Farmland Trust and funded by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets as part of the Farmland for a New Generation New York (FNG NY) initiative. ASA and Dutchess County CCE participate in a network of Regional Navigators as part of FNG NY.

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Event Sponsors

Cream of the Crop:
Boralex
The Fort Miller Group
Salem Farm Supply

Title:
Farmland for a New Generation