Legislation protecting the property rights and individual liberties of farmers will be the subject of a press conference January 8 at 11 a.m. in House Room 1 of Richmond’s historic Virginia State Capitol.
Virginia’s Right to Farm Act (VRFA) was intended to protect the rights of Virginians to engage in something that is fundamental to a way of life in the Commonwealth, and indeed America: farming.
Despite the VRFA, county ordinances and actions of county officials have resulted in restrictions on the farming lifestyle and defining down what it means to be a farmer.
Read more about Delegate Lingamfelter’s proposed amendment to the VRFA on Fauquier Free Citizen.
The press release from today is HERE.