ALCDC

Arkansas Land and Community Development Corporation

Arkansas Land & Community Development Corporation (ALCDC) in conjunction with United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Rural Development (RD) hosted a Community Economic Development Summit in Osceola, Arkansas on September 21, 2017. 

Topics included: Housing, Farming, Ranching and Heir Property Issues. ALCDC is dedicated to providing services to all segments of our rural communities, particularly the underserved population of socially disadvantaged farmers, ranchers, rural residents and veterans.  The Summit addressed farming as a sustainable and profitable business relying on analysis, technology and comprehensive planning, and complete implementation of the best farm practices. Current farmers/ranchers and New Beginning Farmers Rancher (NBFR) were encouraged to engage with USDA Officials and ALCDC Staff to receive help with farm planning, housing, conservation practices, farm financing and overcoming Heir Property barriers.  

 


Arkansas Land & Community Development Corporation (ALCDC) in conjunction with United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Rural Development (RD) held a Community Economic Development Summit in Dermott, Arkansas at the Dermott City Hall. Topics discussed included: Housing, Farming, Ranching and Heir Property Issues.  

 

The objective of this meeting was to provide information about programs and services to help bring about major short and long term benefits for you and your family farm business enterprise. The Summit will address farming as a sustainable and profitable business relying on analysis, technology and comprehensive planning, and complete implementation of the best farm practices. Current farmers/ranchers and New Beginning Farmers Rancher (NBFR) are invited to attend this Summit. Attendees will engage with USDA Officials and ALCDC Staff to receive help with farm planning, housing, conservation practices, farm financing and how to overcome Heir Property barriers.  

 

Join us at 9:00 am on Thursday June 29, 2017 where participants will network with local, regional and USDA officials.   Lunch is being served at no cost along with One-on-One consultations for those individuals interested. If you have any questions or a need for additional information, please contact Mykela Sparkman or Mary Harris at (870) 734-3005, E-mail at ALCDC1934 @ yahoo.com and http://alfdc.webs.com/. As always, thank you for your continued support and cooperation.

 

Don’t miss the opportunity to help improve and create long-term sustainability for your FARM/RANCH Operation!