Create a Land Seeker Listing

If you are looking for land with the primary intent of building a farming business to sell product to the public, start by creating a listing here. Applications will be reviewed with this criteria in mind. A Land Seeker Listing costs $10 per year. You can pay online on the next page – your card will only be charged after your listing is approved.

With the passage of the Farm Bill on December 20, 2018, hemp* is no longer an illegal substance under federal law and we will now begin allowing Oregon residents to create listings on Oregon Farm Link related to the growing of hemp. Prospective hemp growers are expected to adhere to all county and state regulations and to be respectful of any crop limitations specified in a listing.

As a non-profit organization, Friends of Family Farmers would like to avoid any potential legal and tax-status ramifications for facilitating the cultivation of marijuana and will continue our policy of not allowing Oregon Farm Link postings for the cultivation of marijuana at this time.

*Hemp is defined as cannabis and derivatives of cannabis (e.g., CBD) with extremely low (less than 0.3% on a dry weight basis) concentrations of THC. Cannabis with higher than .3% THC is considered marijuana and is still illegal under federal law.

Oregon Farm Link connects beginning farmers and ranchers with land holders who have land available for farming.

If you are a farmer looking for land, please sign up for Oregon Farm Link today!

If you are a beginning farmer with fewer than 2 years of farming experience, please check out our Beginning Farmer Resources page.

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Note: the checkout process is currently undergoing technical difficulties. When the form is submitted, many users are seeing a blank screen, or a long delay before being taken to the checkout screen. If this occurs, don’t worry, your listing has been stored, and we will send you an invoice separately.  Also, some users have had success getting to the checkout screen submitting their applications multiple times – you could try this.  We are investigating the issue, and apologize for any inconvenience.