Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust

The Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust works with Contra Costa farmers and the community so that future generations in the Bay Area will have a local source of food. The rich agricultural lands on the urban edge of Contra Costa County include more than 12,000 acres of irrigated farmland located just fifty miles from the Bay Area. With rich delta soils, ample water and a year-round growing season, Brentwood farms have provided food for the Bay Area since the 1880's. Today Brentwood farmers continue to grow a remarkable diversity of food, primarily fruits and vegetables. 

BALT permanently protects the fertile orchards and farms in this rapidly developing region with an active farmland conservation program. BALT promotes local farming and builds new markets for farmers through the Buy Fresh Buy Local marketing program. Working closedly with local governments, BALT develops programs and policies that supports a vibrant agricultural economy for Contra Costa farmers. Together with community partners, BALT is creating food connections between farmers and their urban neighbors. 

Contact Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust

Contact Brentwood Agricultural Land Trust

Kathryn Lyddan
Executive Director
1120 Second Street
PO Box 2046
Brentwood, California  94513
Phone: (925) 634-6738


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