The Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development website is an excellent beginning resource for education on farmland in Oregon, and zoning laws.
OSALT holds land for use by future generations of growers, and works with current growers to conduct research and/or education on the lands protected. Visit this website if you are a landowner interested in a farmland easement anywhere in Oregon.
Since 1978, The Southern Oregon Land Conservancy has been working with landowners and communities to save this region's special places for today, tomorrow, and beyond.
The north Coast Land Conservancy serves as resource for Northwest Oregon coastal communities and landowners to conserve and protect land in perpetuity for its ecological, passive recreational and cultural value. Visit this website if you are an agricultural landowner interested in a farmland easement on the Northwest Oregon coast.
The Oregon Rangeland Trust exists to help Oregon ranch and farm landowners protect and preserve the long-term viability of their ecologically significant private lands. Visit this website if you are a rangeland owner interested in a farmland easement.
The Greenbelt Land Trust (GLT) works to protect open spaces in the Mid-Willamette Valley through working with willing landowners and private and governmental organizations to permanently safeguard farmland, forest, meadowland, and riparian areas. Visit this website if you are an agricultural land owner interested in a farmland easement in the Mid-Willamette Valley.
The Deschutes Land Trust's mission is to work cooperatively with landowners to conserve land for wildlife, scenic views and local communities. Visit this website if you are an agricultural landowner interested in a farmland easement or prospective land buyer in Central Oregon.