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Are you a farmer interested in leasing farmland? Join the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, the National Young Farmers Coalition, and PASA for a tour of the Conservancy’s Uber Road Farm in Mercer County. The farm is currently available for a qualified farmer to lease.
You’ll also learn about the Conservancy’s Farmland Access Program, which helps farmers establish operations to support the local food market.
Bring your favorite dish and enjoy a fun potluck dinner after the tour!
Dan Dalton, PASA: Dan manages PASA’s educational programming, member outreach, and research coordination in western Pennsylvania. He also leads our Diversified Vegetable Apprenticeship program.
Adrienne Nelson, National Young Farmers Coalition: Adrienne trained to be a farmer through apprenticeship programs in the Hudson Valley and Eastern Long Island. Over the last four years, she built her growing skills, focused in mixed vegetable, flower and wheat production, at Amber Waves farm in Amagansett, New York during the summer, and at Cruz del Sur Farm in Jose Ignacio, Uruguay during the winter months. Adrienne relocated to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to be closer to her family and Ohio roots.
Tyson Johnston, Land Stewardship Coordinator, Western Pennsylvania Conservancy: Tyson has worked for WPC for nine years, currently managing over 4,100 acres of WPC-owned lands across eight counties in northwestern Pennsylvania. He is based at WPC’s Northwestern Regional Office in downtown Franklin. Tyson and his family reside at their homestead outside of Meadville.
Take a look at our frequently asked questions about our workshops and events. Otherwise, please contact this event’s coordinator, Dan Dalton, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (814) 349-9856 x710.
Sorry! We’ve unfortunately had to cancel this event. If you’ve already registered, the event’s coordinator will be notifying you directly.