The Finding Land To Farm page provides information about:
- Finding land for sale
- Tips for finding land
- A state-by-state listing of Land-Link programs
- And more…
Individuals interested in purchasing farmland might also be interested in our Funding (Loans/Grants) Page, which lists resources related to funding land purchases and other needs.
This page is organized into three main sections:
- General Resources about finding land to farm, both national and regional.
- Land listing services, both national and regional.
- LandLink programs by state. LandLink programs “link retirement and farm exit approaches with farm entry strategies.” For additional information on LandLink programs visit the International Farm Transition network (IFTN).
1. General Resources about Finding Land to Farm
2. Land Listing Services
- LandsofAmerica.com is the largest rural listing service in the nation specializing in land for sale.
- LoopNet is a national search engine that allows you to search for farmland real estate listings in any part of the country.
- LandandFarm.com lists farmland for sale.
- Goodbye Citylife lists resources for those looking for farmland for sale.
- Shared Earth helps link farmers and gardeners looking for land, with people looking to share their land.
- AgriSeek allows you to search farms for sale by category and location.
- Mother Earth News lists farms and rural properties at their Lands for Sale page.
- Landsale Listings is a website with lots of information about rural land, farms, ranches and more.
- Rodale Institute’s Farmers Connect forum replaces their former ‘classifieds’ page.
Regional & State
3. The following is a State by State listing of Land Link Programs
This listing is adapted from the listing of network participants in the International Farm Transition Network.
California: California FarmLink
Connecticut: Connecticut FarmLink
Florida: Florida Farm Finder
Iowa: Beginning Farmer Center
Maine: Maine Farmlink
Maryland: Eastern Shore Land Conservancy
Massachusetts: New England Land Link
Minnesota: Land Stewardship Project
Montana: Land Link Montana
New Hampshire: New England Land Link
New Jersey: State Ag Development Committee
New Mexico: Central New Mexico Land Link
New York: NY FarmLink
North Carolina: North Carolina Dept. of Agriculture
Ohio: The Countryside Conservancy
Oregon: iFarm Oregon
Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Farm Link, Inc.
or Center for Farm Transitions
Rhode Island: New England Land Link
Vermont: Family Farm Succession in Vermont
Virginia: Virginia Farm Link program
Washington: Washington FarmLink
Wisconsin: Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES)