Farm Seekers


WNC FarmLink is here to assist qualified beginning and experienced farmers locate farming opportunities in Western North Carolina, and to provide them with the needed support to farm successfully.

In partnership with NC FarmLink, WNC FarmLink maintains databases of both available farmland and farmers looking for land. We work with landowners and farmers to ensure an appropriate and lasting match is made. We will help guide you through considerations and assist you in locating the necessary resources you will need when negotiating a land tenure arrangement.

Every farmer has a unique story, and we want to know yours! Please fill out the Farmland Seeker Profile on the NC FarmLink website so we can learn more about your business and match you with the best land to suit your needs and interests.

Fill out your Farmland Seeker Profile here!


Practical Advice for Farm Seekers

For a written application please contact the Land Access Coordinator: [email protected]

Once we receive your application WNC FarmLink staff will follow-up with you to work out next steps.

If you would like WNC FarmLink to come speak to your community group, provide an educational workshop on land access, or coordinate a farmer and landowner meet & greet in your community contact [email protected] to make it happen!

For more information please contact: 

P: 828-785-4284  or E: [email protected]


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  1. I am currently farming in central texas. I recently left a large 200 acre organic farm to manage a smaller 70 acre much more sustainable program. I will be moving back to the south east at the end of next season to set my roots near home. I am currently looking for land to continue my passion back in NC.

    • JohnMark Noone,
      Where do you stand now in your plans to move to NC? Have you found land, or are you still looking? I am looking at a tract of land in western NC that is larger than I had in mind and may have some excess to lease or sell. Would like to discuss.

      Robert Glenn
      Asheville NC
      [email protected]

  2. Have been farming in Burnsville, NC for 4 years now and running two farmers markets. I have been working with two acres but looking to expand. I have a 135x35ft greenhouse that I would love to put into production, just need a place to perform. Hope to here from you and thanks. Kirk Trowell

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