Based in Wisconsin, Farm Commons is a non-profit organization that attempts to provide farmers with the legal advice they need to continue to be sustainable and protect livelihoods as a business as well as create interactively resilient local food for the system as a whole. What is more, the organization's Rachel Armstrong was a 2012 Echoing Green Fellow under the Food and Agriculture category. Prior to her work here, Armstrong studied law.
"We build on high-quality legal services with an educational program that reaches farmers through trusted advocates, and an attorney network that disseminates Farm Commons’ resources nation-wide," reads the organizations profile on Echoing Green. The Farming Commons website outlines what exactly "farm law" consists of.
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