The Agricultural Act of 2014 is now law, but what exactly does that mean for conservation? American Farmland Trust and the National Association of Conservation Districts, along with other conservation and agricultural partners, are hosting a series of webinars to explore different aspects of conservation programs in the new law.More >>
American Farmland Trust and the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) are continuing to offer a series of free Farm Bill conservation program webinars.
Registration is free but space is limited, so be sure to register today.More >>
American Farmland Trust and the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD), with our conservation partners, are offering a series of free Farm Bill webinars. The first webinar was held Wednesday, February 19 to provide an overview of conservation programs.More >>
The Agricultural Act of 2014 is now law, so what exactly does that mean for farmland conservation? Register today for free webinars that will begin exploring changes made to conservation programs. American Farmland Trust is offering the free webinars in partnership with the National Association of Conservation Districts (NACD) and other conservation partners.More >>
In a special signing ceremony on the campus of Michigan State University, President Obama today signed the Agricultural Act of 2014 into law.
During the signing ceremony, the President highlighted the importance of the new agricultural bill, saying, “This Farm Bill includes support to help farmers so they don’t lose everything. It boosts conservation efforts to protect places for our children and grandchildren like the Mississippi River and the Chesapeake Bay, and it supports farmers markets to boost beginning farmers, local agriculture and organics. And it does this while reforming agricultural programs and saving taxpayers hard earned dollars.”More >>