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American Farmland Trust

 
     
 
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, NON-GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS
  American Farmland Trust
  American Mushroom Institute
  American Nursery & Landscape Association
  The Farm Credit Council
  Hmong National Development, Inc.
  Institute for Social and Economic Development
  National Council of Farmer Cooperatives
  National Turkey Federation
  Rural Coalition/ Coalicion Rural
  Rural Community Assistance Program

Program description
AFT is a national nonprofit, membership organization dedicated to protecting agricultural resources. AFT assists private groups, public agencies and individual landowners in meeting their farmland protection goals. These goals consist of protecting farmland from urbanization and development, reducing soil erosion; and reducing agriculture's impact on the environment.

Contact
American Farmland Trust
1920 N Street, N. W., Suite 400,
Washington, DC 20036.
Phone: (202)
Fax:(202) 659-8339
E mail: info@farmland.org
Web: www.farmland.org

 
     
 
 
     



     
 
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