CFAC’s Ag Land Network Webinar on Wednesday

The Ag Land Network serves as a state-wide collaborative of Montanans who care about their community’s legacy of working farms and ranches.  Through discussions and webinars, network participants will have the opportunity to learn from one another about the effective strategies they have used to engage their local governments in land use planning that conserves agricultural heritage.

The Ag Land Network of Montana Webinar series kicks off next week.  If you haven’t heard about it, don’t worry!  There’s still plenty of time to join in the discussion.  Here’s what we’ll be talking about on Wednesday, February 29th from Noon-1:00:

  1. Survey results and the role of the Ag Land Network – Paul Hubbard and I will give a summary of what you said regarding agricultural loss in your communities, what is needed to help stop it and how the network can help.
  2. Montana Subdivision and Platting Act (MSPA) – Attorney Sarah McMillan will present how the MSPA gives your local governments the authority to stop unchecked sprawl across farmland.
  3. County Highlights – Paul will showcase three subdivisions in Ravalli, Gallatin and Missoula counties that highlight the MSPA in action (or lack thereof).

Please click on the following to register for Webinar #1 of the Ag Land Network Webinar Series:

Click here to register for the webinar.

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