Land Access in Western Pennsylvania with Pennsylvania Women’s Agricultural Network (PA-WAgN)

From our friends at Pennsylvania Women’s Agricultural Network

Join Penn State Extension and the American Farmland Trust for a three-part workshop focusing on land access in Western Pennsylvania!

Access to land is one of the biggest barriers preventing farmers from starting and growing their businesses. In this workshop series, we will learn about land access options specific to western PA, and we will review key components of a land assessment, identifying tools, resources, and contacts for conducting an evaluation. We will also cover land use policy and community factors specific to a site, as well as the relationship between property features and conservation, business, and personal goals.

Land Access in Western Pennsylvania

December 4th, 11th, and 18th from 6-9pm
Penn State Center Pittsburgh (Energy Innovation Center, 1435 Bedford Avenue, 15219)
Cost: $90 (dinner included at all 3 sessions)


Farmland for the Next Generation is supported by a four-year Educational Enhancement grant from the USDA Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program through award# 2015-70017-23901.


Molly Bernsten