Want to get the word out about your land opportunity on the Prairies? Promote it through the Young Agrarians network! (Note: if you are located in BC, don’t fill out this form – connect with a Land Matcher instead).

Starting this process early is best; it takes time to create your vision and connect to the right farmer. If you’re just exploring the idea, check out our Alberta Land Access page. Once you have some idea of what you’re offering, it’s time to get noticed!


1) The first step is to list your unique land opportunity on the Young Agrarians U-Map, which is a digital inventory of land opportunities. Go to the land listings on our U-Map and click “Submit a Listing” in the bottom right corner to fill out the land questionnaire.

2) Next, you can level up your promotion by connecting to YA’s extensive network. Create a public blog post about your land opportunity that Young Agrarians can share in our newsletter and social media platforms. Fill out the form below and we’ll use the information and photos to create the blog post. 

Want to see what others have posted? Check out these land opportunities on our website.

YA offers this service free of charge to landholders across Canada. If you would like to support our work with new and young farmers, please consider making a donation — even small amounts help!

Please note it may take a few days or more to get your blog online. We will send you an email when your posting is live. Questions? Email

Thank you for wanting to post your land opportunity on the Young Agrarians website! In order to give land seekers as much info as possible, we ask that you fill out all of the questions below.

Please fill out the form as best you can, ensuring that the appropriate answers end up in the correct fields.

PHOTOS REQUIRED: There are fields to upload 2-6 photos to go with your posting at the end of this form. If you’re having difficulty uploading photos here, please email them to Alex at Without photos we won’t be able to publish your listing. Thank you!

PLEASE NOTE! If the application form is left open for too long there is the potential for the information you’ve entered to be lost. In order to prevent this from happening, we recommend completing your answers in a separate word doc and copying them over once you are ready to submit.

For an example of a BCLMP land opportunity blog, head here:

For an example of an Alberta land opportunity blog, head here: