Farmland Preservation Artists Recognition

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The Farmland Preservation Artists of Central Pennsylvania (an Art Alliance affiliate) was recognized in the recent edition of the Centre County Farmland Trust newsletter for their “wonderful support” in capturing the “beauty of our local farmland and share the proceeds from some of their painting sales with the Trust.”

From the newsletter:

“A percentage of each sale of art sold through FPA galleries and shows goes tot he Centre County Farmland Trust to support farmland preservation.

You’ll find FPA galleries at The Federal Taphouse (130 South Fraser St.) and The Field Burger & Tap (in Toftrees Golf Resort) in State College, and the Bull Run Taphouse (605 Market St.) in Lewisburg.”

To see more artwork from the Farmland Preservation Artists of Central Pennsylvania visit their Facebook page

To learn more about the Centre Centre County Farmland Trust and read the winter 2022 newsletter, visit their website at