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LLPP's booklet "Ten Ways To Save Your Land" is now in its 7th edition. The booklet gives a broad overview of typical legal issues that landowners, farmers, and homeowners may confront. It's available here for free.

Peanuts

Heir Propertyis one of the driving forces behind the precipitous decline of land ownership in the African American community.

Okra

Learn how LLPP is working to promote Environmental Justice in North Carolina

Corn

LLPP's Fair Lending and Home Defense Project takes on Predatory Lending

To learn about our SmartGrowth Business Center for farmers, click here.