Moore County Land Use Summit

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Picturesque Farmland

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When: March 17, 2022; 8:00 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Where: Moore County Agricultural Building

            707 Pinehurst Avenue

            Carthage, NC

Why: Public and private matters that affect land usage are becoming increasingly impactful to landowners, especially for those that own agricultural and forest lands or for those who purchase or inherit undeveloped land. Issues surrounding development, landowner rights, conservation, preservation, government zoning and land-use regulations, and taxation all go hand-in-hand with land ownership. Though there are similar challenges across the state, landowners face concerns and opportunities unique to Moore County. For example, as many counties are losing farms, the recent Farm Census indicated that Moore County grew its number of farms from 713 to 733. At the same time the spill over from Fort Bragg and the continued growth in the tourist industry has seen an explosion in development, development that often encroaches on farms and forest acreages. The land Use Summit is designed to educate landowning and farming constituents on matters that affect their land use.

All registered participants will receive a copy of So You Inherited a Farm; registration is required.

Cost: Free, but there is a charge if you choose to order lunch; contact Brandi Carter, brandi_carter@ncsu or 910-947-3188 to find out about lunch options.