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  • American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) - a national professional association addressing agricultural law issues.
  • Agricultural and Applied Economics Association (AAEA) - a national professional association of members in agricultural and broadly-related fields of applied economics, addressing the economics of agriculture, international and rural development, resources and the environment, food and consumer issues, and agribusiness.
  • Farmers Legal Action Group - a nonprofit legal services organization helping family farmers and their communities with agricultural law issues.
  • American Farmland Trust - a national conservation organization working to protect farmland, promote environmental farming practices, and keep farmers on their land.

Law Resource Centers

  • Iowa State University’s Ag Decision Maker – Law and Taxation
    Provides an electronic newsletter, fact sheets, computation spreadsheets, teaching activities and answer keys, and multi-media presentations on  farm management, agricultural marketing, new business development, and renewable energy. Targets an audience of agricultural farmers, lenders, farm managers, instructors, and others.
  • The Ohio State University’s Agricultural and Resource Law Program
    "Our mission is to conduct objective and timely research on agricultural and natural resource law and share our knowledge through informational resources, programming, and academic coursework... resources include newsletters, fact sheets, bulletins and policy briefs."
  • Sea Grant Legal Network
    The National Sea Grant Law Center "coordinate(s) and enhance(s) Sea Grant's activities in legal scholarship and outreach related to coastal and ocean law issues.”

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