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Published on Jun 14, 2016
American Farmland Trust, Working Lands Alliance, and the Connecticut Chapter of the American Planning Association partnered to host a Webinar titled "Planning for Agriculture in CT: How to Create a Supportive Environment for Farmers and Farm Businesses” on June 10, 2016.
This Webinar includes the following presentations:
Kip Kolsinskas, Consulting Soil Scientist, American Farmland Trust (starts at 6:17) "Status and Trends of Agriculture in Connecticut"
Philip S. Chester, AICP, Town of Lebanon, CT (starts at 20:35) "Fostering a Supportive Environment for Agriculture"
Steve Kleppin, Chair, New Milford Farmand & Forest Preservation Committee; Director of Planning and Zoning, Town of New Cannan; Owner, Windswept Tree Farm (starts 37:10) "Fostering a Supportive Environment for Agriculture"
Cam Weimar, Director of Farmland Preservation, State of Connecticut Department of Agriculture (starts 59:15) "Farmland Protection at the Local Level"
Joan Nichols, Director of Member Relations and Community Outreach, Connecticut Farm Bureau Association (starts at 1:21:38) "Engaging Farmers and the Ag Community in the Planning Process"
Kip Kolsinskas, Consulting Soil Scientist, American Farmland Trust (starts at 1:39:49) "Tools and Assistance to Bolster Agriculture in Connecticut"