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Tennessee has been losing an average of 1,300 family farms a year. That’s an average of 100,000 acres removed from productivity annually.To date some 20 workshops have been presented to some 644 landowners across the state. Participants have ranged from first-generation farmers to those who have worked their family’s Century Farm for all their lives.The Partnership’s next major event is the Tennessee Farmland Legacy Conference on Nov. 11-12 in Pigeon Forge, Tenn. At the conference farmers, landowners and community leaders will have the opportunity to learn about protecting and growing today’s farms for tomorrow’s families and communities.
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