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When Local Food is Illegal: Keeping Zoning Farm-Friendly

This webinar is part of a series on Planning for Agriculture organized by American Farmland Trust's New State Office in 2011.

This webinar discusses how communities can make sure local zoning codes and regulations can help and not hinder the development of local economies based on growing food. Real examples of zoning that unintentionally stalled agriculture and how local communities remedied the situation are discussed as well as how to conduct a review of town and county codes.


Downloadable Documents
Author / Presenter
David Church and Todd M. Erling
Date published
June 15, 2011
Publisher / Host
Saratoga Springs, NY: American Farmland Trust
Media Type
New York

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