Transfer

Caretaker Farm
Caretaker Farm
Don Zasada and Bridget Spann met in Chile while volunteering in a rural village. After living in Boston, the two wanted to move away from the city and find a long-term farming situation.
Elmer Farm
Elmer Farm
In looking for land, Spencer and Jennifer Blackwell had two priorities: soil quality and cost. “Soil type is what I was really going for,” Spencer says. “Good, workable soil.” Elmer Farm matched their needs.
Full and By Farm
Full and By Farm
In many ways, James Graves and Sara Kurak, owners of Full and By Farm, represent the typical beginning farmers of the new food movement. The process of finding land was not a quick one.
Say Hay Farm
Say Hay Farm
Chris Hay runs an organic mixed vegetable and poultry farm that supports CSAs in the Sacramento Valley and San Francisco Bay Area and sells to farmers markets, independent grocers, and restaurants.
Sunbow Farm
Sunbow Farm
New farmers Yadira Ruiz and Nate Johnson agree that a major benefit of their gradual farm transfer agreement is stepping into a successful 40-year organic farming business.
Wahl Ranch
Wahl Ranch
This farm family has been raising sheep in Oregon since 1874. Their 2,000-acre ranching operation includes forested areas, ponds, riparian buffer vegetation, and wetland habitats.
Windswept Farmstead Cooperative LLC and Dickey Hill Farm
Windswept Farmstead Cooperative LLC and Dickey Hill Farm
Eric and Alison Rector wanted to stay on the land in a more limited capacity while backing away from physically intensive work.