Do you work with beginning farmers and ranchers (BFRs) or on farmland succession issues? Would you like to increase your knowledge and skills and share them with others? If so, consider applying to become a Land Access Trainer with American Farmland Trust (AFT) .
American Farmland Trust (AFT) is looking for 25 experienced agricultural educators and service providers from across the country to become certified Land Access Trainers. With funding from USDA, AFT and a highly skilled and diverse team of collaborators will create a curriculum and trainings to help BFRs purchase or rent suitable farm or ranch land to start or expand their operations.
As a partnering Land Access Trainer, you will get to work with leading experts and have access to the country’s “best of the best” BFR resources to address the often unique needs of diverse audiences in your region.
Deadline to apply EXTENDED to: November 11, 2016
For more information and the online application: http://www.farmland.org/NextGen