You might be interested in the Farm Transitions Toolkit that Minnesota Institute for Sustainable Agriculture and Land Stewardship Project put together a couple of years ago — it has information about tools and considerations for handing off farmland to new farmers. You might find parts of it useful even if this is a temporary rental situation:
We can post your notice on the MISA News Blog, here:
Contact Jane Jewett at email@example.com to request that posting.
If you would like to post this on the “Seeking Farmers Seeking Land Clearinghouse” on the Land Stewardship Project website, there is a form you need to fill out:
You might also be interested in looking at that clearinghouse to see if someone looking for land sounds like a promising match:
There is a program at the Minnesota Department of Agriculture to try to match established farmers with beginning farmers. It is one part of the Minnesota Farmer Assistance Network. Here is the web page for the Minnesota Farmer Assistance Network; there is an 800-number to call: