Welcome to Oregon Farm Link!

Connecting beginning farmers and ranchers with land holders to help Oregon grow the next generation of family farmers.

Photo by Meaghin Kennedy of Walt and young farmer trainee working horses at Workhorse Workshops

Oregon Farm Link Navigator Program

Attention land Seekers! One-on-one assistance from our Farmland Navigators is available to farmers seeking land who meet our currently-funded farmer priorities:

  • Black, Indigenous, People of Color (BIPOC) farmers statewide; plus, farmers with other intersecting identities (serves all of Oregon including the Willamette Valley)
  • Regional Hub: mid- and south Willamette Valley (serves farmers of any background)

If you are a farmer who identifies with one of these priorities and could benefit from assistance with the land search process, the Navigate Program may be a great fit for you. Assistance is available in English and Spanish and translation services can be provided for additional languages.

Find Available Land

Refocus Map
Locations of land listings on map are not necessarily exact.
Many are located on the nearest town or city.

Find Land Seekers

Are you looking for a farmer to lease or rent your land?

Would you like to sell your property?

Are you interested in acting as a mentor for a beginning farmer?

Would you like to find a business partner?

Oregon Farm Link hosts listings for a wide variety of land seekers.

Here are some profiles of recent successful land connections made through OFL.

Recent Jobs

Market Helper Red Dog Farm

Nursery Assistant Friends of Buford Park & Mt. Pisgah

Farmers market staff Barn Frog Farm

Youth Farm Field Coordinator FOOD For Lane County

Featured Resources

Farmers’ Guide to Reducing the Legal Risks of a Food Safety Incident from Farm Commons. (link)

Oregon’s Beginning and Expanding Farmer Lending Program (‘Aggie Bonds’) — This program allows lenders to provide lower interest lending to qualifying beginning farmers. It is administered by Business Oregon, but potential applications should consult a lender before applying. (link)

About Oregon Farmlink

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