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  • Washington FarmLink
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    Washington Farmlink is the state's leading program to link aspiring farmers and landowners and help build sustainable farming operations. Farmlink addresses barriers that farmers face in keeping their land in farming and provides succession technical assistance and education.

  • California FarmLink
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    California Farmlink offers a range of services to beginning farmers and landowners, including transitioning farmland and technical assistance in business planning, equity building and farm succession.

  • Farm Succession Risk Management Checklist
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    A great resource for farmers who will be retiring soon, this tool calculates your farm succession risk and provides resources depending on your risk level.

  • AgTransitions
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    This free tool from the Center for Farm Financial Management helps farmers and ranchers through every step of creating and implementing an individual farm transition plan, including having your plan reviewed by professional business advisors and succession educators.

  • Jefferson LandWorks Collaborative
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    Jefferson LandWorks Collaborative is an innovative network of organizations in Jefferson County, WA that work strategically to keep rural landscapes economically viable.

  • Guide to Environmental Markets for Farmers and Ranchers
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    This is a practical guide to ways agricultural producers can profit from the growing environmental marketplace in the state of Washington, published by the American Farmland Trust. Explore this document to learn more about what environmental markets are, how to identifying opportunities, evaluate, and create a plan for getting involved in environmental markets.

  • Whole Foods Market

    To increase awareness about the threat to North America's agricultural land, Whole Foods Market stores in the Pacific Northwest are leading a call to action to save what's left of one of our most valuable natural resources: farmland.

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