Good crops, good credit: How a Washington land trust sustains farmland | Greenbiz

A railroad bridge over the Skykomish River in Washington state.

Dale Reiner’s family has farmed the 260-acre Reiner Farm in Monroe, Washington, for generations. The farm’s rich agricultural soils have produced hay, diversified vegetables and berries, beef and Christmas trees over the past century. The land today is used to grow corn, hay and silage. Reiner had reached retirement age, and wanted his land to […]