The Land Access Series focuses on land access topics relevant to beginning and experienced farmers and ranchers targeted to producers in the San Luis Valley. Topics will include access to resources, lease agreements, land assessments, financial planning, and creating farm business resiliency through knowledge. Funding is provided by the USDA Office of Partnerships and Public Engagement 2501 Grant Funds supporting socially disadvantaged producers. More Info About Sessions >>
Location details are included below. We look forward to seeing you in person! A virtual option will also be available for those who can't make it to Alamosa.
Cost & Audience
This free event is especially designed for the San Luis Valley, but is open to all!
Amanda Laban Since 2014, Amanda has been a certified Farm Succession Coordinator through the International Farm Transition Network. She has worked with beginning and experienced farmers/ranchers on land access and transition planning and education. Amanda holds a masters’ degree in environmental management, where she completed a project focused on improving food systems through education, development, and resource connecting. Prior to working for Guidestone as the Land Link Director, Amanda spent her time managing the behind the scenes work of a seed and vegetable farm in Longmont, CO. Amanda sees land access as one of the greatest opportunities to have a successful career in agriculture and is always looking for innovative solutions for providing successful land matches for farmers and ranchers.