September Monthly Round Up – National Agricultural Law Center

As we begin October and reflect on last month, staff at the National Agricultural Law Center continue to bring trusted research and information in agricultural and food law to stakeholders across the country. Outlined below are many of the new NALC resources from the month of September 2022.


Blog Posts:


Harrison Pittman, NALC Director

    • Sept 1 – Moderated “Transitional Lands: Farm to Forest”, hosted by USDA National Agricultural Library
    • Sept 7 – Moderated “Growing Careers in Agricultural Law for Law Students” webinar
    • Sept 11 – The Emerging Issue of Foreign Ownership of Timberland, Alabama Forestry Association Public Policy Seminar, Orange Beach, Alabama
    • Sept 14 – Moderated “Growing Careers in Agricultural Law for Pre-College Learners” webinar
    • Sept 20 – Forum on Solar Projects & Foreign Ownership of Agricultural Land, Texas Farm Bureau via Zoom
    • Sept 21 – Foreign Ownership of Agricultural Land: Legal and Legislative Update in Ankeny, Iowa (Agricultural Law Seminar hosted by partner Center for Agricultural Law & Taxation)
    • Sept 27 – Careers in Agricultural & Food Law, Saratoga Springs, New York (NASDA Next Generation)

Rusty Rumley, Senior Staff Attorney

    • Sept 14 – Heir Property Discussion panel at the Diversity in Agriculture Conference in Little Rock, AR
    • Sept 20 – Solar Leasing and Land Use presentation for the Arkansas Extension Homemakers Council in Little Rock, AR
    • Sept 20 – Zoom presentation on Solar Leasing presentation for Texas Farm Bureau
    • Sept 21 – Center webinar with Tiffany Lashmet called “Fence Laws: Corralling Legal Issues and Livestock”
    • Sept 26 – Heir Property and the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act presentation for the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff via Zoom
    • Sept 27 – Understanding Legal Issues for Women and Veteran Beginning Farmers and Ranchers via Zoom
    • Sept 28 – Dealing with USDA Farm Service Agency and Heir Property via Zoom

Jana Caracciolo, Staff Attorney

    • Sept 8 – Presentation on the history of food safety laws at the National Agricultural Library’s virtual event Science & Our Food Supply: A Predictive Microbiology Approach via Zoom
    • Sept 27 – Careers in Agricultural & Food Law, Saratoga Springs, New York (NASDA Next Generation)
    • Sept 28 – Presented at the Food and Drug Law Institute’s Food Advertising, Labeling, and Litigation Conference on state laws prohibiting the use of certain terms on alternative protein sources, and resulting litigation held in Washington, DC

Brigit Rollins, Staff Attorney

    • Sept 9-21 – Traveled to Portugal for the LeadAR International