Accord, NY, Ulster County

For Lease Business Partnership
Updated Jul 7, 2023

Acres Available


Open Tillable Acres


Wooded (or other) Acres


Condition & Current Use

My lot size is 7.4 acres. My house and detached garage are on the land. I have a lot of land around the pond that isn't being used and I'm thinking of finding a farmer to lease the land to. Also thinking of growing bamboo on the land. 

Soil Types

Farm History & Past Use

There's no history of a farm here. 

Tenure Options

Tenure Options

For Lease Business Partnership

Thinking long-term lease but open to other ideas or partnerships. 

Are you willing to mentor a new or beginning farmer?


Do you require a farmer who qualifies for agricultural assessment?


Additional Property Information

Just looking to grow food and/or bamboo or trees. 

Is the Property Conserved


Current Land Zoning


Is the property located in a NY Agricultural District?


Can the public be on the property as a part of the farm business?


Find Nearby Farms

Ag Updates

Cornell Small Farms Logo

Register Now for Cornell Small Farms Online Courses!

Are you thinking about starting a small farm? Do you already have a farm that you're looking to expand? Invest in your professional development and you'll see the returns in your business. The Cornell Small Farms Program offers a suite of more than 30 online courses, primarily taught by Cornell Cooperative Extension educators, to help farmers improve their technical and business skills. 

2023-2024 Online Course List Learn More

Sam in field

Looking for an on farm job or have a farm job you are hiring for?

Are you looking for a farm job? Are you a farm looking to hire help? Check out the 'Find a Farm Job' page on the New York Farmland Finder website! 

Post a Job  Browse Job Listings

Cabbage Field

Applications Open for GrowNYC Farm Beginnings Course!

Farm Beginnings is a foundations course developed for experienced farmers, gardeners, and farm workers who want to build their own farm businesses focused on food, herbs, or flowers in the Northeast. The course is focused on providing business training for land-based farm operations and is primarily focused on serving BIPOC, immigrants, and historically underrepresented communities in farm business ownership. Applications close on Sunday, October 29th! 

Learn More & Apply  Course Eligibility