Banner Leasing Series Part 3

Learn about tax programs, composing successful farm leases, and more!


Farmland Access and Leasing 101 for Farmers and Landowners PART 3: Legal Considerations

  • Wednesday, May 1, 2024, 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

This is the third class in a 3 part series addressing the process of farmland access from the perspective of the farmer, the landowner, and to address the legal aspects of creating appropriate leases for each farm

The Farmland Access and Leasing 101 Legal Considerations is the last in a 3 part series and is a WEBINAR designed to empower landowners and farmers. Presented by Jack Hornickle from Pace Law School Food & Farm Business Law Clinic, learn about tax programs and composing successful farm leases. Whether a farmer is seeking land for cultivation or a landowner considering leasing out your property, Jack offers practical insights and resources to ensure a legally sound and mutually beneficial arrangement. This workshop will also cover how to negotiate fair lease agreements, understanding farm type considerations, and the tax benefits and other incentives of leasing land to a farmer.

Part 1: Farmland Leasing for Farmers

Part 2: Farm Leasing Basics for Landowners

This program is supported by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture award #2022-06508, through the American Rescue Plan Technical Assistance Investment Program.Cornell Cooperative Extension Sullivan County provides equal program and employment opportunities. The public can contact the office to request accommodations.





Haley Collins
Agriculture Farmland Protection & Planning Program Manager
845-292-6180 ext. 131


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Last updated April 5, 2024