Seeking Farmers-Seeking Land Clearinghouse

Are you a beginning farmer looking to rent or purchase farmland in the Midwest? Or are you an established farmer/landowner in the Midwest who is seeking a beginning farmer to purchase or rent your land, or to work with in a partnership situation?

The Land Stewardship Project’s Farm Beginnings program has simple application forms available for people seeking farmland or farmers. (You can find the forms to the left).

Once the form is filled out, the information can be circulated by LSP via the Land Stewardship Letter, LIVE-WIRE and through our various networks. To obtain a form and for more information, e-mail LSP’s Karen Stettler at stettler@landstewardshipproject.org or call 507-523-3366.

Listings included on this web page will be removed after 90 days. If you would like the listing to be renewed after 90 days, please e-mail Brian DeVore at bdevore@landstewardshipproject.org.

Here are the latest Seeking Farmers-Seeking Land Clearinghouse listings:

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Missouri

Nathaniel and Krista Lutz are seeking to purchase 50+ acres of farmland in Missouri. Land with 30+ acres of pasture and 10+ forest acres is preferred. No house is required. Contact: Nathaniel and Krista Lutz, 501-442-7923. (Added 3/31/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Wisconsin, Minnesota

Marylee Kishel is seeking to purchase 10-40 acres of farmland in Wisconsin or Minnesota. Land with 2-10 acres of pasture, 3-10 acres tillable, and 2-10 forest acres is preferred. Land that has not not been sprayed for several years is preferred, and a pond, stream, river, or spring on the property would be good. No house is required. Contact: Marylee Kishel, 608-359-8770, e-mail. (Added 3/30/20)

Seeking Farmer: Southwester Wisconsin

Mike Mullikin is seeking a lessee/renter for a 400-acre dairy farm in southwestern Wisconsin's Crawford County (near Wauzeka). There is a dairy barn with a 40-cow stanchion and a manure pump. There is a 35-cow free-stall barn, a milk house with a 1,500-gallon bulk tank, a large machine shed, a calf/heifer barn, three silos (16 x 50, 14 x 60, 12 x 40), and a house. Other equipment is available. Mullikin will also consider including 115 crop acres, 100 pasture acres, and 185 forest acres in whatever configuration works for lessee. The owner has 50+ years experience running the dairy farm and is available to help with chores, etc. Contact: Mike Mullikin, 608-379-3438, e-mail. (Added 3/30/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Nebraska, Iowa

Dorene Villwock is seeking to purchase 2-5 acres of tillable farmland in Nebraska or Iowa. Land that has not been sprayed for several years and that has a shed is preferred. A well and electricity are also preferred. No house is required. Contact: Dorene Villwock, 269-363-1445, e-mail. (Added 3/28/20)

Organic Farmland for Sale: North-Central Wisconsin

Brad Zettler has for sale 20 acres of certified organic farmland in north-central Wisconsin's Marathon County (near Athens). The land consists of 18 acres of pasture, a house, a 36 x 110 barn with milk house, a cemented cow yard, and a 40 x 80 pole barn built in 2015. There is some fencing, a raised lane, and a frost-free watering system. There is additional land for possible rental. Contact: Brad Zettler, 715-965-3440, e-mail. (Added 3/26/20)

Farmland for Rent: Southwestern Wisconsin

Mike Mullikin has for rent 400 acres of farmland in southwestern Wisconsin's Crawford County (near Wauzeka). The land consists of 100 acres of pasture, 115 tillable acres, and 185 forest acres. There is a dairy barn with a 40-cow stanchion system and manure pump. There is an attached 35-cow free stall barn and a 1,500-gallon bulk tank. There is also a large machine shed, a calf/heifer barn, and three silos. The pasture has four-strand barbed wire and 50 acres has one-strand electric barb wire. A house is available. The price is negotiable. Contact: Mike Mullikin, 608-875-5041, 608-379-3438, e-mail. (Added 3/24/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Minnesota, Wisconsin

Simon Schneider is seeking to purchase 10-40 tillable acres of farmland in Minnesota or Wisconsin. Schneider is particularly interested in buying land in the Lake Superior region, but is open to other options. No house is required. His plan is to build a homestead with a focus on local food production, community engagement, and sustainability. He is open to working with someone who wants to transition their land to a younger generation. Ideal features would include rolling land with south facing aspects, and a lake, stream, or pond. Contact: Simon Schneider, 715-255-0665, e-mail. (Added 3/22/20)

Farmland for Rent: Western Wisconsin

Krista Ollom-Klein has for rent 12 acres of farmland in western Wisconsin's Pierce County (about five miles south of Prescott). The land consists of 12 acres of prairie grass with about 60 apple trees; no house is available. The apple trees have not been pruned in a few years, but do produce. The land has not been sprayed for several years. There is no water, electricity, or outbuildings on the property. Ollom-Klein would be fine with the renter tilling an acre or so for a garden or with someone starting a bee operation. The rental price is negotiable. Contact: Krista Ollom-Klein, 612-987-1604, e-mail. (Added 3/22/20)

Orchard Land for Sale: Western Wisconsin

Joshua Reed has for sale a homestead near Menomonie in western Wisconsin that has 11 acres of Standard apples. The trees were planted in 1969 and they have sat untended for 20 years, so they are in varying condition (but they still produce). The trees are planted on a relative contour and there is good solar gains and good air flow. There is a well with a hand/solar pump; there is no electricity and Reed was give a quote of $6,000 to install it. There is a cabin, a greenhouse, three buildings, an Air Stream trailer, a well house, and a storage container. Reed hopes to sell the property with buildings, but if the buyer doesn't want them, they can be moved to lessen the sale price. Tools and equipment for homesteading could also be included. The asking price for everything would be $75,000 — $30,000 down and a land contract at 3% to 5% interest, depending on length of contract. Contact: Joshua Reed, 715-279-2951, e-mail. (Added 3/19/20)

Farmland for Rent: Western Wisconsin

Conrad Christiansen has for rent 25 tillable acres of farmland in western Wisconsin's Pierce County. He is seeking a renter who practices sustainable, regenerative farming and utilizes conservation practices. The land is rolling, overlooks the Mississippi River Valley, and has not been sprayed for several years. No house is available; the rental rate is negotiable. Contact: Conrad Christiansen, 651-380-4061. (Added 3/17/20)

Seeking Farm Work Experience

Jason Richards is seeking farm work experience in Indiana. He currently owns a dispensary in Clermont, Ind., and is seeking a situation where he could get experience with wholesale vegetable and cannabis production. Contact: Jason Richards, 317-354-9522, e-mail. (Added 3/17/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Southeastern Minnesota

Christopher Brenna is seeking to rent .15 to .5 acres of farmland in southeastern Minnesota's Olmsted County for a small-scale windrow compost pile. It needs to be agriculturally-zoned land as close to Rochester as possible; access to a front-end loader a plus; no house is required. Contact: Christopher Brenna, 612-242-1434, e-mail. (Added 3/9/20)

Organic Farmland for Rent: Southeastern Minnesota

Steven Trogstad has for rent a 210-acre certified organic farm in southeastern Minnesota's Olmsted County. The land consists of 140 grazed acres, with fencing and watering systems. There is a total of 160 tillable acres, as well as 20 forest acres. The outbuildings include milking facilities and a house is available. There is an opportunity to stack systems. Contact: Steven Trogstad, 507-884-7506, e-mail. (Added 3/9/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Minnesota

David Dempster is seeking to rent 5 tillable acres of farmland in Minnesota. Land that has not been sprayed for several years is preferred; no house is required. Contact: David Dempster, 507-993-4090, e-mail. (Added 3/8/20)

Seeking Farmers: Twin Cities Region

The Women's Environmental Institute is seeking a farm crew employee, a farm teaching assistant/field manager, and an administrative office/program assistant for its Amador Hill Farm near Minnesota's Twin Cities. Amador Hill Farm is a four-season certified organic farm in North Branch. More information and an application form are available here. Contact: 651-583-0705. (Added 3/8/20)

Seeking Farmer: Twin Cities

Loaves & Fishes Farm for All is seeking a program manager at its operation in Minnesota's Twin Cities. Farm for All strengthens Loaves & Fishes' overall mission to provide healthy meals to Minnesotans in need. It is a key component to the group's food sourcing and nutrition programs, improving its internal system of acquiring nutritious food, and offering a farm-to-table approach for food insecure Minnesotans who otherwise don’t have affordable and reliable access to such produce. A full job description is here. Contact: Cathy Maes, e-mail. (Added 3/8/20)

Seeking Farm Intern: Twin Cities Region

10th Street Farm and Market in Washington County near Minnesota's Twin Cities is seeking a part-time intern for its produce operation. 10th Street markets its produce via a four-season CSA, as well as through wholesale accounts and a farm stand operation. They are seeking an intern to work from April to November, and will provide training on growing produce as well as business management and utilizing efficiency measures. Housing is available and the pay is $700 per month. Contact: Hallie Anderson, 612-770-7194, e-mail. (Added 3/2/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Michigan

Brandon Denler is seeking to purchase 20 acres (at least 10 tillable) of farmland in Michigan. Denler would prefer land that is certified organic, and that has a pole barn, hoophouse/greenhouse, and a house. Electricity in the barn is also preferred. Contact: Brandon Denler, 708-828-3665, e-mail. (Added 3/2/20)

Organic Farmland for Rent: Northeastern South Dakota

Sean Hyatt has for rent 10 acres of certified organic farmland in northeastern South Dakota's Grant County (near Milbank). There are 2 tillable acres, 2 pasture acres, and 3 forest acres. There are two granary buildings, a 120 x 80 foot barn (half dirt floor/have cemented), a 10 x 12 foot chicken coop with run, and a machine shop. There is also a three-bedroom home and a two-stall garage. There are permanent fenced paddocks with automatic frost-free waterers. There is also a big fenced-in garden, a mature orchard with apple, pear, plum, elderberry, and walnut trees, as well as raspberry bushes, hazelnuts, grapes, hops, and a quarter-acre wildflower garden. The price range is $700 to $1,400. Contact: Sean Hyatt, 605-951-8771, e-mail. (Added 3/2/20).

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Twin Cities Region

Saeng Her is seeking to rent 4 acres of tillable farmland in the Twin Cities, Minn., region. Land that has not been sprayed for several years is preferred; no house is required. Contact: Saeng Her, 763-913-0434, e-mail. (Added 2/25/20)

Seeking Farmland: Minnesota, Wisconsin

Jeremy Bundgard is interested in purchasing farmland or working with a retiring farmer who is interested in transitioning to the younger generation. He is a military veteran and grew up on a farm in Kansas (goes back every summer for wheat harvest) and currently is farming organically on a small-scale on rented land for a CSA. He would like to be within one-hour of the Twin Cities in either Minnesota or Wisconsin. Bundgard has a family with young kids. A house would be required and outbuildings preferred. Contact: Jeremy Bundgard, 651-707-5389, e-mail. (Added 2/25/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Twin Cities Region

Anita Gorder is seeking to rent .5 acres of farmland in the Twin Cities, Minn., region. Land that has not been sprayed for several years is preferred; no house is required. Gorder would need access to water for flower and vegetable plots. Contact: 507-202-3472, e-mail. (2/24/20)

Farmland for Sale: Northeastern Wisconsin

Karen Clindaniel has for sale 40.67 acres of farmland in northeastern Wisconsin's Door County. There are 26 tillable acres and 12 forest acres. The land has been managed organically for over 18 years, and was previously certified organic. There are established asparagus beds and approximately 30 fruit trees (apple, cherry, pear, and plum). There is access to six Door County farmers' markets and multiple restaurants that value locally grown organic produce. There is high speed Internet and a newly remodeled house with a 2.5-car attached garage and a 3+ car detached garage. For more information, click here. Contact: Karen Clindaniel, e-mail. (Added 2/21/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Illinois

Stephanie Forsythe is seeking to rent 10 acres or less of tillable, organic farmland in Illinois. Land that has not been sprayed for several years and that has outbuildings is preferred; no house is required. Contact: Stephanie Forsythe, e-mail, 847-334-1060. (Added 2/21/20)

Seeking Farmer: Southeastern Minnesota

John Torgrimson is seeking a farmer who would be interested in setting up an enterprise on a 20-acre farm in southeastern Minnesota's Fillmore County (near Lanesboro). Torgrimson is not seeking to hire someone, but possibly working out a contract with a farmer interested in starting a small CSA, pasture operation, etc.; he is open to ideas. Half of the land is woods and pasture. There is a barn and various outbuildings; no housing is available. Contact: John Torgrimson, 507-272-1189, e-mail. (Added 2/21/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: West-Central Minnesota

Nathan Wrolson is seeking tillable farmland to rent in west-central Minnesota; no house is required. Contact: Nathan Wrolson, e-mail. (Added 2/21/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: South-Central Wisconsin

Susan Moberly is seeking to purchase 8+ acres of farmland in south-central Wisconsin (40 miles within Madison). Land with at least 3 pasture acres, a house, and outbuildings is preferred. Land that has not been sprayed for several years and that has fenced pasture is also preferred. Contact: Susan Moberly, 608-698-7644, e-mail. (Added 2/19/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Minnesota, Wisconsin

Peder Gear is seeking to purchase 5-10 acres of farmland in Minnesota or Wisconsin (within one hour of Saint Paul). Land with 2 pasture acres, 2 tillable acres, 1 forest acre, and that has not been sprayed for several years, is preferred. Land with a house or where a smaller house can be built is preferred. Gear is interested in purchase or rental opportunities. Contact: 651-494-4740, e-mail. (Added 2/19/20)

Seeking Farm Work Experience

Ami McHenry is seeking farm work experience on a wholesale vegetable operation or other type of farming operation. McHenry is also interested in u-pick operations and animal education. McHenry has lived on and had training on farms in California, Hawaii, Illinois, Oregon, and Washington, and has worked at the Santa Barbara Zoological Gardens. Contact: Ami McHenry, e-mail, 781-816-9906. (Added 2/21/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Eastern Iowa

T. Mann is seeking to purchase 1-10 acres of farmland in eastern Iowa (would also consider any land in the Midwest). No existing house is needed, but Mann would need to be able to place a small house on the land. Contact: T. Mann, 319-435-8257, e-mail. (Added 2/14/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: North Dakota, Indiana

Kaylee Cleghorn is seeking to purchase 60 acres of farmland in North Dakota or Indiana (would also consider Tennessee). Land with 10 tillable acres, 10 pasture acres, and 40 forest acres is preferred. No house is required. Contact: Kaylee Cleghorn, 765-318-6655, e-mail. (Added 2/14/20)

Farm for Sale: Southwestern Minnesota

Judy and Steve Harder have for sale 15 tillable acres of farmland near Mountain Lake in southwestern Minnesota. The farm is located adjacent to State Highway 60. The property also has a house, barn, two sheds and a 3,500-square-foot farm market/restaurant/greenhouse building. The land has been managed organically using regenerative and sustainable farming practices for 10 years. Two acres are currently being used for fruit and vegetable production. There are also established asparagus, rhubarb, raspberry, gooseberry, current, aronia berry and hazelnut beds, as well as a small fruit orchard. Two movable high tunnels on a seven plot system allow season extension in the spring and fall. Water is supplied to the vegetable production plots by an in-ground watering system fed from two cisterns. Grazing of farm animals is permitted on this property. They would like to transition the operation to someone interested in continuing with regenerative farming practices. For more information on the farming operation, see https://jubileefarm.market. Contact: Judy or Steve, 507-360-3293, e-mail. (2/11/20)

Farmland for Sale: Central Minnesota

Beth Spearman has for sale 2-3 acres (with an option for additional acres) of farmland in central Minnesota's Todd County. No house is available. The asking price is $18,000. Contact: Beth Spearman, 678-488-4489, e-mail. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Twin Cities Region

Teresa Nyaigoti is seeking to rent 1-2 acres of tillable land in the Twin Cities, Minn., region. Land that has not been sprayed for several years or is organic is preferred. Land with water is preferred; no house is required. Contact: Teresa Nyaigoti, 763-458-1782, e-mail. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: NW Iowa, W Iowa, SW Minnesota, SE South Dakota

Pete Kapustka is seeking to purchase 100-500 acres of farmland in northwestern Iowa, western Iowa, southwestern Minnesota or southeastern South Dakota. He would prefer land that is soon-to-be-expiring CRP acres or organic farmland. No house is required, but land with grain storage and a machine shed would be a plus. Contact: Pete Kapustka, 515-571-5233, e-mail. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Minnesota

Nathaniel Dioh is seeking to rent 5-10 acres of tillable farmland in Minnesota. Land with outbuildings and water, and that has not been sprayed for several years, is preferred; no house is required. Contact: Nathaniel Dioh, 571-524-3975, e-mail. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Nebraska

Keaton Husak is seeking to purchase 100+ acres of farmland in Nebraska. A house and outbuildings would be a bonus, but are not required. Contact: Keaton Husak, 308-390-6248, e-mail. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Wisconsin or Michigan

Scout Black is seeking to purchase farmland in Wisconsin or Michigan. Land with pasture is preferred. Contact: Scout Black, 989-525-4508. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking to Buy or Rent Farmland: Illinois

Jim Sersen is seeking to purchase or rent 50-200 acres of tillable farmland in Illinois. No house or outbuildings are required. Contact: Jim Sersen, 847-514-3321. (Added 2/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Wisconsin

Sarah Phillips is seeking to purchase 10-30 acres of tillable farmland in Wisconsin. Land with outbuildings and that has not been sprayed for several years is preferred; no house is required. Contact: Sarah Phillips, 920-784-7178, e-mail. (Added 2/3/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Eastern Minn., Western Wis.

Kathleen, Steven, and Lindsay Hobert are seeking to purchase 50-200 acres of farmland in eastern Minnesota or western Wisconsin (within two hours of the Twin Cities). A minimum of 10 pasture acres, 10 forest acres, and 5 tillable acres is preferred. A barn or pole shed is preferred; no house is required. Land that is not surrounded by conventional row crops, mines, or industrial complexes is preferred. A farm that is near a friendly farming community is preferred. Willing to pay around $300,000. Contact: Kathleen Hobert, 414-614-8043, e-mail. (Added 2/3/20)

Seeking Farmer: Twin Cities Region

Kimber Contours is seeking someone to join its 240-acre certified organic grain and pulse farm near Northfield, south of Minnesota's Twin Cities. This position will involve collaborative decision making on agronomic, sustainability, infrastructure, and vertical integration aspects of running the farm and scaling up the enterprise. Required skills include operating tractors and farm equipment, especially for tillage and cultivation. This would initially be a part-time job, with the possibility of full-time employment as the operation grows. For more information, click here. Contact: Chris Kimber, e-mail. (Added 2/3/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Northwestern Minnesota

Alysia McDonald is seeking to purchase 40-100 acres of farmland in northwestern Minnesota (within an hour or so of Park Rapids) to set up a pasture-based livestock enterprise on. McDonald would prefer that half the land be in pasture and half in forest. A house and outbuildings are not necessary, but would be welcomed; fencing and utilities would also be a bonus. Land that is organic/not sprayed or is not next to a farm that is using chemicals regularly is preferred. If there is an existing farming operation on the land, McDonald would be open to working with the owner while deciding if land transition is good for both parties. Contact: Alysia McDonald, 218-791-9346, e-mail. (Added 1/27/20)

Seeking Farmland to Purchase: Michigan

Scout Black is seeking to purchase farmland in Michigan. Land with pasture is preferred; no house is required. Contact: Scout Black, 989-525-4508, e-mail. (Added 1/24/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Michigan

Mike Russcher is seeking to rent 200-300 acres of tillable farmland in Michigan. No house is required. Contact: Mike Russcher, 616-437-4720, e-mail. (Added 1/24/20)

Seeking Farmland to Rent: Twin Cities Region

Molly Gaeckle is seeking to rent .5-1 acre of farmland in the Twin Cities, Minn., region. Gaeckle is looking for more growing space to expand a flower operation and will need access to water and be able to put up semi-permanent high tunnel structures on the property. Access to a shed or barn would be ideal. Contact: Molly Gaeckle, 605-366-1691, e-mail. (Added 1/17/20)

Seeking Farmer: Western Wisconsin

Christina and Carter Beck are seeking a farmer to join their CSA operation in western Wisconsin's Polk County (near Osceola). Established in 1989 as a nonprofit, the 68 acres of land has been actively farmed using biodynamic methods. This is an intergenerational residential community, based on the Camphill model. A greenhouse and hoop houses are on site. There is a 70-member CSA vegetable operation serving the Twin Cities and St. Croix River Valley, and the farm also grows flowers, as well as cultivates maple syrup, honey, mushrooms, and a small orchard. There is a small herd of sheep, cows, a donkey, and a horse, along, with chickens. There is a full time farmer on-site to serve as a mentor. Position would involve planning and overseeing the CSA operation and managing a local farmers' market garden, leading intern training and school groups, tractor and field work, conducting harvest and doing greenhouse and record keeping work. Folk school offerings are ongoing. LGBTQ and BIPOC folks strongly encouraged and supported to apply. Housing is available and pay includes stipend, share of revenue. Contact: Christina and Carter Beck, 715-294-4048, e-mail. (Added 1/13/20)

Seeking Farmer: Central Minnesota

Camphill Village Minnesota is seeking a farmer to join a 525-acre biodynamic farm in central Minnesota's Stearns County (near Sauk Centre). The farm is home to a small cow-calf operation, a few dairy cows, chickens, a 2-acre vegetable garden, and about 45 people. The farm's community lives family-style in large homes and includes adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, live-in volunteers from around the world, and their families. Community members work together on the land and in the farm's food processing kitchen, bakery, weavery, woodshop, and arts space. The operation is seeking a farmer who would like to farm with people and be part of a striving community. Benefits include free housing, daily farm-fresh meals, student debt payments, medical insurance and support, access to insured vehicles and gas, three weeks paid vacation, and a monthly stipend. Contact: Lindsey Flicker, 320-732-6365, e-mail. (Added 1/13/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Minnesota

Alisa Hoven is seeking to purchase 80 acres of farmland in Minnesota (ideally within 90 miles of Minneapolis). Land with 20 pasture acres, 20 tillable acres, and 20 forest acres is preferred. Land that has not been sprayed for several years is preferred. A well with high-capacity and a septic system is preferred. The land must be close to a natural water source; a house and outbuildings are ideal, but not required. Contact: Alisa Hoven, 763-218-3241, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Organic Farmland for Rent: North-Central Wisconsin

Bradley Zettler has for rent 200 acres of certified organic farmland in north-central Wisconsin's Marathon County. Currently, all the land is in hay; 160 acres is all adjoining; the pasture has fencing around it and there is a 1,000-foot improved cow lane. There is a 40 x 80 pole barn, 36 x 110 barn with a 17 x 60 addition and a 20 x 53 addition, as well as a cemented yard and a 100-foot feed strip. No house is available. Zettler would consider renting smaller parcels. Another 40 acres and another barn may also be available. Contact: 715-965-3440, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Minn., Wis., Neb., Ill., Mich.

Isaiah Mack is seeking to purchase up to 50 acres of tillable farmland in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Illinois, or Illinois. No house is required. Contact: Isaiah Mack, 952-693-1975, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Minnesota, Wisconsin

Jeremy Bundgard is seeking to purchase 10-100 acres of tillable farmland in Minnesota or Wisconsin. A house is required; outbuildings would be preferred. Contact: Jeremy Bundgard, 651-707-5389, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Farmland for Rent: North-Central Minnesota

Kent Scheer has for rent 3-plus acres of farmland near Wadena in north-central Minnesota. Scheer is interested in beginning a conversation with a creative person who has back-to-the-land aspirations and/or a desire to raise a small, high-value specialty crop. There is a need to be innovative and motivated since the property is well removed from the metro. There is potential for a tiny house site and for sharing in harvests of apples, fruit, and medicinal herbs, as well as starting new woods-grown plantings. Artistic or craftsman skills, interests in pine forestry, community-building, medicinal herbs, co-housing would be a plus. There would be no rental fee. Contact: Kent Scheer, 218-631-3084, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Seeking Farm Work Experience

Ashley Eickelberg of Waterloo, Iowa, is seeking farm work experience on a wholesale vegetable operation. Eickelberg has been growing for three years and selling vegetables to the local community. Eickelberg would like to start a shipping container farm. Contact: Ashley Eickelberg, 319-464-8485, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Seeking Farm Work Experience

Dylan Allen of Jackson, Mich., is seeking farm work experience on a wholesale vegetable operation. Allen worked on a farm for two seasons and grew up around animals and gardening. He would like to take over an existing farm or start something new. Contact: Dylan Allen, e-mail, 989-413-5710. (Added 1/11/20)

Seeking Farmland to Buy: Illinois

Daniel Johnson is seeking to purchase tillable farmland in Illinois. Land that has not been sprayed for several years is preferred. No house is required. Contact: Daniel Johnson, 815-271-1527, e-mail. (Added 1/11/20)

Land for Sale: Twin Cities Region

Diane Peterson has for sale a house surrounded by 26 years' worth of native plant gardens in White Bear Lake near Minnesota's Twin Cities. This is a one-third acre suburban lot with installations of native plants which support numerous native pollinator species. Peterson wants to find a buyer who will retain the land's wildlife habitat instead of returning the yard to a barren lawn. There is a double garage that has a work bench and cabinets. No pesticides or fertilizers have been applied for 26 years; there are five large shade trees. The asking price is $200,000. Contact: Diane Peterson, e-mail, 651-653-4385. (Added 1/11/20)