American Farmland Trust


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American Farmland Trust (AFT)

Address:1200 18th St NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036

Phone:202-331-7300
Fax:202-659-8339
Phone:800-431-1499
Web: www.farmland.org
Established: 1980. Description:Works to safeguard productive farmlands by promoting environmental-friendly practices. Members: 25,000 Dues: $25/year.
Publications: American Farmland (monthly); free to members.

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is California State Director, American Farmland Trust, UC Davis.
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Obtain information and perhaps a large photograph or poster of an agricultural area in your state from American Farmland Trust.
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population growing by three million a year, we lose two acres of farmland every minute, according to the American Farmland Trust.
Funded through an initiative of the American Farmland Trust, farmers have been paid to keep their farms out of the reach of home developers.
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It's shocking to see to what extent states have experienced rapid conversion from farmland," says Don Buckloh, a farmland information specialist with the American Farmland Trust (AFT), a nonprofit organization that works to prevent productive farmland loss and aims to keep private land in private hands.

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