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You must first create a LandLink profile and register for this site to be able to post a listing. Once you have registered, you will need to login to create your listing.

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By signing up, you will also receive Local Food Connections monthly eNewsletter, which contains LandLink news and opportunities, information about regional workshops, and most importantly, ensures that you are a part of the Central New Mexico LandLink community!

For Landowners

Welcome to LandLink NM! Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. Below you will find an explanation about what LandLink NM is and how it works for Landowners.

How does it work for Landowners:

LandLink is a match-making service designed to connect interested farmers with landowners interested in putting their land into production by providing an opportunity and/or land through lease, work equity trade or sale. This website provides a place to list and view existing land opportunities.

The process is free and easy simply follow these steps:

  1. Register to become a user by setting up a username and password. By signing up, you will also receive Local Food Connections monthly eNewsletter, which contains LandLink news and opportunities, information about regional workshops, and most importantly, ensures that you are a part of the LandLink community!
  2. Log In. Once you have registered, log-in using your username and password. When you log-in you can then list property and edit as necessary for as long as your property is listed.
  3. List your property. You will be guided to fill out a form that asks basic questions about your land, contact information and a place to upload photos for visitors to view. Your land listing may also be featured in our eNewsletter, Local Food Connections.
  4. Checkout our resources page! Download a sample lease agreement, MOU’s and a Guide to Farmland-Use Agreements. View information and links to local resources related to farm associations, extension offices, acequias, certifications and legal and planning assistance.

If you have any questions, or need further assistance, please contact Sarah Ijadi at (505) 724-3603 or sijadi@mrcog-nm.gov.

For Landseekers

Welcome to LandLink NM! Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. Below you will find an explanation about what LandLink NM is and how it works for Landseekers.

How does it work for Landseekers:

LandLink helps beginning and next generation farmers and ranchers find access to land and resources needed to launch successful agricultural businesses. This website provides a place to view existing land opportunities and resources.

The process is free and easy:

  1. View and search land listings. No need to register.
  2. See what you’re looking for? Contact landowner and start the conversation!
  3. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Write up a short description; the amount, type and where you want to farm and the type of land –use agreement you are looking for and upload to our bulletin board. Bulletin Board
  4. Register for updates and information: By signing up, you will receive Local Food Connections monthly eNewsletter, which contains Land Link news and opportunities, information about regional workshops, and most importantly, ensures that you are a part of the Land Link community!
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  6. Checkout our resources page! Download a sample lease agreement, MOU’s and a Guide to Farmland-Use Agreements. View information and links to local resources related to farm associations, extension offices, acequias, certifications and legal and planning assistance.

If you have any questions, or need further assistance, please contact Sarah Ijadi at (505) 724-3603 or sijadi@mrcog-nm.gov.

List Work, Business & Training Opportunities

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. Below are the steps to list work, business & training opportunities including apprenticeships, internships, jobs, educational and business opportunities.

The process is free and easy simply follow these steps:

  1. Register to become a user by setting up a username and password. By signing up, you will also receive Local Food Connections monthly eNewsletter, which contains LandLink news and opportunities, information about regional workshops, and most importantly, ensures that you are a part of the LandLink community!
  2. Log In. Once you have registered, log-in using your username and password. When you log-in you can then list property and edit as necessary for as long as your property is listed.
  3. List your farm work & training opportunities. You will be guided to fill out a form that asks basic questions about your land, production, type of work or training program and contact information and a place to upload photos for visitors to view. Your work listing may also be featured in our eNewsletter, Local Food Connections.
  4. Checkout our resources page! Download a sample lease agreement, MOU’s and a Guide to Farmland-Use Agreements. View information and links to local resources related to farm associations, extension offices, acequias, certifications and legal and planning assistance.

If you have any questions, or need further assistance, please contact Sarah Ijadi at (505) 724-3603 or sijadi@mrcog-nm.gov.

View Work, Business & Training Opportunities

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site. Follow the steps below to view farm work & training opportunities including apprenticeships, internships, jobs, educational and business opportunities.

The process is free and easy:

  1. View and search work listings. No need to register.
  2. See what you’re looking for? Make contact and start the conversation!
  3. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Write up a short description; what opportunity, job or training you are seeking and upload to our bulletin board. Bulletin Board
  4. Register for updates and information: By signing up, you will receive Local Food Connections monthly eNewsletter, which contains Land Link news and opportunities, information about regional workshops, and most importantly, ensures that you are a part of the Land Link community!
  5.  

  6. Checkout our resources page! View information and links to local resources related to work and training opportunities, farm associations, extension offices, acequias, certifications and legal and planning assistance. Download a sample lease agreement, MOU’s and a Guide to Farmland-Use Agreements.

If you have any questions, or need further assistance, please contact Sarah Ijadi at (505) 724-3603 or sijadi@mrcog-nm.gov.

 


 

 

 

 

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