The 2023 Ohio Agriculture and Rural Communities Action plan provides a blueprint for policymakers and Ohio Farm Bureau members to bolster Ohio’s agriculture industry and our rural communities.Read More
Protecting Ohio Landowner Rights
Once land is developed, it’s gone forever. Ohio lags behind most states in protections for landowners. For example, Ohio is the only state that does not provide a protection known as inverse condemnation, a simple concept that allows landowners to challenge the taking of property by the government without compensation. Landowners should be afforded the ability to adequately challenge the necessity of takings by eminent domain, and landowners should receive attorney’s fees when they have to take the government to court to protect their property rights.
Check out examples of our work to protect private property.
During the meeting, participants received an update on solar development in the county and were given the opportunity to ask questions to Commissioner Wallace.Read More
The Ohio Landowner Hunter Access Partnership provides annual payments to landowners for providing hunting access to their property.Read More
When ODOT initially unveiled its US Route 23 proposals, the Skinner family saw red flags all over the place and the need to take action.Read More
News out of Iowa that a private company has filed to use eminent domain to construct a carbon pipeline has raised lots of questions in Ohio.Read More
Ohio Farm Bureau and the Union County Farm Bureau recently filed an amicus brief in a case with potential impacts to farmland preservation programs.Read More
Landowners should have the right to challenge and make sure that a taking is necessary and that it’s limited to what is actually necessary so that the law is upheld.Read More
A bill introduced by State Representatives Darrell Kick and Rodney Creech would create a more direct legal route for a landowner to receive compensation when property is taken by the government without compensation.Read More