NC FarmLink Seeks Director for Western Region

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Love farmers, farming, and farmland? Have great networking and organizational skills? 

Then take a look at this job description and consider submitting an application. We are focused on finding the best candidate to fill our Western NC FarmLink Director position.

North Carolina has a rich and diverse agricultural heritage but there are challenges for new farm seekers. Land prices are going up, development pressure across the state continues to increase, and farmland property listings can sell very fast in the current real estate market. 

At NC FarmLink, we provide options and resources related to farmland transition to landowners and farm seekers. Our online database offers no-cost profiles and robust search capabilities. N.C. Cooperative Extension agents in all 100 counties and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians help us connect to landowners and farm seekers across the state.