California Farmland Conservancy Program
The California Farmland Conservancy Program (CFCP) seeks to encourage the long-term, private stewardship of agricultural lands through the voluntary use of agricultural conservation easements. The CFCP provides grant funding for projects which use and support agricultural conservation easements for protection of agricultural lands. As of August 2013, just over 56,000 acres of the state's best farmland have been permanently conserved with CFCP-funded easements.
Pamma-Larkin peach orchard, Gridley, Butte County
- Easements and Planning Grants Funded by CFCP CFCP projects, from 1996 to the present, are summarized on the Project Success Stories page. The information is current to May 2013; updates will be made as additional projects are completed, so please check back!
Focus on Farmland Learn about recent agricultural conservation easements funded by CFCP around California.
About CFCP and Agricultural Easements
For more information about the CFCP, contact:
California Department of Conservation
Division of Land Resource Protection
801 K Street, MS 18-01
Sacramento, California 95814
Phone: (916) 324-0850
Fax: (916) 327-3430
To locate a California land trust click here.
American Farmland Trust | Land Trust Alliance | CA Farm Bureau | CA Council of Land Trusts
CA Coastal Conservancy | Wildlife Conservation Board | Great Valley Center | Farm & Ranch Lands Protection Program