November Roundup

As November has ended, the staff at the National Agricultural Law Center continue to bring trusted research and information in agricultural and food law to stakeholders across the country. Outlined below are many of the new NALC resources from November 2023.


Blog Posts

The Feed

NALC Outreach

  • Harrison Pittman, NALC Director
    • November 6-8 – Presented to Southern Crop Production Association on pesticide litigation, regulation, foreign ownership of agricultural land, and other industry-relevant agricultural law topics, along with an agricultural law update as part of the SCPA State Issues Summit, Orlando, FL
    • November 16 – Provided an update on the NALC’s mission, current and upcoming activities, and answered questions from the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees at their meeting at the University of Arkansas – Fort Smith.
    • November 29-December 1 – Presented in two sessions on current issues in ag law – foreign ownership of agricultural land, Prop 12, pesticides, farm bill, to the Kentucky Farm Bureau’s 104th Annual Convention, Louisville, KY.
  • Elizabeth Rumley, Senior Staff Attorney
    • November 14 – Guest lecture via Zoom to Dr. Rielle Perttu’s Animal Welfare class at the University of Minnesota.
  • Rusty Rumley, Senior Staff Attorney
    • November 5-7 – Presented on current issues in ag law (farm bill, foreign ownership of agricultural land, environmental issues, Prop 12, solar leasing, and carbon contracts) to the American Society of Agricultural Consultants annual meeting in Fresno, CA.
    • November 8 – Presented a webinar titled “Plan. Produce. Profit: Liability Issues with Food Processing Under the Arkansas Food Freedom Act.”
    • November 8 – Presented on carbon credits via Zoom to cooperative extension directors at the Southern Region PLN ANR Quarterly Meeting
    • November 8 – Interview with NPR about agritourism and zoning issues via phone call.
  • Micah Brown, Staff Attorney
    • November 17 – Interview about foreign ownership of agricultural land with Ohio State’s Farm Office Live! Webinar.
  • Brigit Rollins, Staff Attorney
    • November 7 – Presented to the National Food Law Student Network
    • November 28 – Presented on EPA ESA-FIFRA policy at 2023 Winter Experiment Station Director’s Meeting in Little Rock, AR

NALC Media Mentions

Work from our NALC Partners

Ohio State University Agricultural & Resource Law Program


Blog Posts


  • Robert Moore, Attorney/Research Specialist
    • November 2 – Preserving Your Family Farm, Wayne County Ag Museum, 50 participants.
    • November 7 – Leasing Property for Hunting, Ohio Farm Bureau, 20 participants.
    • November 8 – AALA Long-Term Care presentation, 30 participants.
    • November 17 – Farm Office Live – Charitable Remainder Trusts, 50 participants.
    • November 28 – Farm Transition Planning, Ohio Farm Bureau, 12 participants.

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