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LandLink to Relaunch New Website

New LandLink Logo with Name LowRes RGBWe are proud to announce that Central New Mexico LandLink is on its way to becoming:

  • more user friendly
  • collaborative and
  • statewide!

Pardon our dust

What changes are we making to achieve those goals?

First, we are creating a new website based on some really successful models from fellow LandLink programs (e.g., California FarmLink and Vermont LandLink).

The new website will include features like:

  • search filters,
  • verified user profiles that allow each user to create an online posting in real time and
  • links to statewide partner organizations that can help users throughout the process and beyond.

Second, we are forming partnerships with service provider organizations around the state to help keep more agricultural land in production throughout New Mexico! Though more partners will join us over time, we are glad to begin this collaboration with:

  • the New Agrarian Program out of the Quivira Coalition,
  • the Rio Grande Farmers' Coalition,
  • the New Mexico Acequia Association and
  • the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union.

The new website will go live in March 2015!

In the meantime, you can:

Learn more about LandLink and post your agricultural opportunity at our current LandLink website.

View this and other ag news in the February 2015 edition of Local Food Connections >>



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