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Farmland Leasing Workshops
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News

  1. OSU Offers 2015 Farmland Leasing Workshops

    01/28/2015 - 2:49pm

    COLUMBUS, Ohio - As farmers and landowners consider options to include in new or renewed land leases, understanding how to use data in negotiations and how to apply legal information to leasing practices could help make the process easier for both sides, experts say.
  2. Announcing the Ohio Food, Agriculture & Environmental Law Webinar Series

    11/25/2014 - 4:07pm

    OSU’s Agricultural & Resource Law Program is pleased to announce its Ohio Food, Agriculture and Environmental Law Webinar Series, offering monthly legal webinars on issues of importance to Ohio agriculture.  The webinars will feature national and state experts discussing legal issues of importance to Ohio agriculture, beginning on December 12 with Big Data and UAVs:  Legal Issues for Agriclture by attorney John Dillard of Olsson Frank Weeda Terman Matz PLLC of Washington, DC.   Other topics in the series will include:
  3. Ohio State Partners to Create New Agricultural and Food Law Consortium

    10/15/2014 - 7:45am

    Ohio State University Extension’s Agricultural and Resource Law program has partnered with a group of universities in the creation of a new Agricultural and Food Law Consortium that will work to research regional and national agricultural law issues.