Agricultural Financial, Tax and Asset Protection


The portal is an electronic repository of resources for farmers, ranchers, educators, and agricultural stakeholders to enhance farmer and rancher ability to understand and navigate the farm business tax and asset protection business decisions for their operations.

AgFTAP‘s national web portal serves as a one-stop entry point for farmers, ranchers and educators to understand the AgFTAP program and gain access to the program’s tools and resources. The portal also seeks to highlight state-level contacts, connecting a national network of collaborators including program representatives from every state and territory served by USDA. Educational components of the portal include targeted engagements with tax professionals, attorneys, land-grant extension educators, community-based organizations, agricultural stakeholders, and farmers and ranchers across all states and territories.

The ”login” link is reserved for educators who will serve as program trainers and workshop hosts. Educators that have participated in one of the AgFTAP program’s train-the-trainers should register to be considered a program educator.

EDUCATORS: Sign into the portal to register and promote trainings on the workshops calendar. Once a workshop has completed, you can return to the portal to report and evaluate your training. If you are interested in becoming an Educator, contact us at




University of Vermont
Universidad de Arkansas Pine Bluff
Center for Agriculture & Food Systems, Vermont Law School

State Contacts

Kandi Williams
Carrie Martin
North Carolina
Kelly Nuckolls
James Reaves
= Heirs' Property Educator