In 2005, the North Carolina General Assembly authorized a new Enhanced Voluntary Agricultural Districts (EVAD) option that counties and cities can add to their local Farmland Preservation ordinances. The EVAD options allows for enhanced benefits for landowners willing to waive their right to withdraw from the VAD program at any time. The program uses a conservation easement to ensure that subject land remains in agricultural use.
Cabarrus County, NC: Agreement to Enter Enhanced Voluntary Agricultural District
Current as of
March 01, 2007
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