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North Stonington, CT: Right-to-Farm Ordinance

In December 2007, the town of North Stonington, Connecticut, held a special town meeting where a right-to-farm ordinance was adopted. The ordinance’s purpose is to “foster farming as a way of life by declaring this municipality’s support of the farmer’s right to farm.”

Downloadable Documents
Authority Type
Statutes and Ordinances
State
Connecticut
Level of Government
Local
Law Type
Local Laws and Resolutions
Keywords
Planning for Agriculture and Food Systems, Right to Farm
Citation
North Stonington, Conn., Ordinance Concerning the Right to Farm in the Town of North Stonington (Dec. 2007).

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