Land Link Montgomery helps connect landowners and those interested in farming in Montgomery County, Maryland. Both landowners seeking a farmer or a farmer seeking land my join. A one-time $30 membership fee is required to post listings.
In partnership with the Cross Roads Farmers Market of Langley Park, ECO City Farm's New Urban/Immigrant Farmer Training Program introduces all aspects of urban farming, from composting to harvesting and marketing, over the course of 10 months.
Maryland FarmLINK helps current or aspiring farmers sell or buy farmland, find farmer mentors, and share farming news and information. The site features a property exchange listing, person-to-person topical networking, and a discussion/announcement forum.
"In partnership with the National Immigrant Farming Initiative, the Accokeek Foundation is extending its history of community education and farmer training to include underserved, socially disadvantaged, and limited resource communities through our Immigrant Farmer Incubator Program.
This checklist of useful questions will help farmers to investigate the regulatory climate of a potential farm location, or to assess the place where they already live. Although specific to New Hampshire, these questions can be applied to rural towns in other states.
This is a collection of FAQs for aspiring farmers concerned about farming risks. It covers topics such as paying for health care; managing pest damage; hiring agricultural help; and maintaining resilient relationships.