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THE AG & FOOD LAW UPDATE: APRIL 20, 2017

A comprehensive summary of today’s judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments in agriculture and food. Email important additions HERE. ANNOUNCEMENT: Join us TODAY at 12 noon...

Addressing the Legal Side of Spring Agritourism Activities

By: Peggy Kirk Hall, Thursday, March 30th, 2017 Written by: Chris Hogan, Law Fellow, OSU Agricultural & Resource Law Program If...

THE AG & FOOD LAW UPDATE: MARCH 8, 2017

A comprehensive summary of today’s judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments in agriculture and food. Email important additions to: camarigg at uark.edu ANNOUNCEMENT: Join us...

THE AG & FOOD LAW UPDATE: MARCH 1, 2017

A comprehensive summary of today’s judicial, legislative, and regulatory developments in agriculture and food. Email important additions to: camarigg at uark.edu JUDICIAL: Includes PACA,...

Horticulture Field Day in Hope, AR

Agritourism is the focus at today’s Horticulture Field Day at the Southwest Research and Extension Center in Hope, Arkansas. Food preservation,...

Arkansas Food Innovation Center Workshop, May 18

With the recent consumer focus on locally-grown foods, many farmers and food entrepreneurs are trying to expand their markets by creating...

Oregon court rules on conditional use permits for land zoned for exclusive farm use

Posted February 9, 2016 Last week, the Court of Appeals of Oregon considered the definition of the term “private park” as...

Agritourism Legislation Introduced in Ohio Senate

Posted May 21, 2014   A new bill introduced in the Ohio Senate aims to address legal issues for Ohio agritourism...

PA Township Rejects Proposed Agritourism Zoning Amendment

Posted May 21, 2014   Supervisors of a Pennsylvania Township recently rejected a proposed amendment that would have allowed agricultural tourism...

Virginia Groups Compromise for New Agritourism Bill

Posted January 20, 2014   A new bill addressing the rights of Virginia farmers to conduct agritourism activities was introduced after...

Judge Hears Arguments in NC Agritourism Lawsuit

Posted January 17, 2014   A North Carolina Superior Court judge recently heard arguments on whether a farm can operate a...

Oregon Appeals Court Limits Agritourism Activities

Posted December 13, 2013 In Greenfield v. Multnomah County, 259 Or. App. 687 (2013), the Oregon Court of Appeals considered state...

NALC Resource: State Law Clearinghouse

Posted October 22, 2013   The State Law Clearinghouse, available here, is a free resource provided by the National Agricultural Law...

Three Injured in Tractor Crash at Farm’s Fall Festivities

Posted October 18, 2013   Three people were injured after a tractor rolled into at ditch at a Bedford County, Virginia...

NY Governor Welcomes 14 Newly-Licensed Farm Breweries

Posted October 16, 2013   New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo welcomed 14 newly-licensed farm breweries that have opened as a...

Three States Pass New “Agritourism” Liability Protection Laws

As the legislative sessions for many states are wrapping up, three states have recently passed agritourism statutes designed to reduce help...

U.S. Agritourism Statutes

Agritourism is one of the fastest growing agricultural endeavors in the country.  As part of an ongoing focus on agritourism operations...

Upcoming Workshop on Legal Issues in Forestry

The National Agricultural Law Center, along with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service and the LSU...

Upcoming March 16 Workshop for Foresters and Loggers

The National Agricultural Law Center, along with the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service and the LSU...

Upcoming Webinars on Legal Issues in Recreational Land Use

On Thursday, March 1, 2012 at 11:30 a.m. (Central) a free, producer-oriented webinar will be offered that focuses on landowner liability...