American Farmland Trust

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American Farmland Trust (AFT)

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

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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American Farmland Trust works with communities and individuals to protect the best land, plan for agriculture and keep the land healthy.
Jefferson County is in the midst of seeking resolution to its ongoing debates over land use policy as development pressures loom (American Farmland Trust 2002), and parcel detail is shown for it as an example in figure 2.
American Farmland Trust is a national nonprofit organization working with communities and individuals to protect the best land, plan for agriculture and keep the land healthy.
For more information, visit the Web sites of the Farm Foundation,, or the American Farmland Trust,
Several dozen visitors braved a cold November rain to tour Marlboro Mushrooms as part of the annual American Farmland Trust national conference, "Farming on the Edge: The Next Generation." Hosted by the Delaware Department of Agriculture, the conference sought to bring together people who care about America's rural legacy, land use and the future of farming and ranching.
Eleven counties in California's agriculture-rich Central Valley are failing to preserve farmland, according to a study by the American Farmland Trust (AFT).
American Farmland Trust is a partner in the Eco-Project, which will also restore 50 million acres of sustainable farm and ranch land, address the nation's critical forest restoration needs, and institute educational and training programs to protect working farms and ranches.
Obtain information and perhaps a large photograph or poster of an agricultural area in your state from American Farmland Trust.
The "mainstream" land trust movement includes all local, state, and regional land trusts and conservancies so named, as well as national groups like the American Farmland Trust, The Nature Conservancy, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Ducks Unlimited, etc.
So, to avoid the possibility of any decreased productivity, they typically apply more fertilizer than their crops need, observes agronomist Brian Brandt of the American Farmland Trust's Agricultural Conservation Innovation Center in Columbus, Ohio.

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