A new program provides matchmaking for farmers. “Farmer to Farmer” will connect buyers and sellers as well as lessors and lessees of farmland, while also connecting farmers with potential employees through an online database.
The Leelanau Conservancy is spearheading the project, which covers six counties, and is working closely with M.S.U. Horticulture Research Center, Taste the Local Difference, and Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy on the initiative. The new Farmer to Farmer website is now up and running, so please spread the word to family and friends who might be interested. If you have questions or would like more information, please contact Kim Hayes: [email protected]