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Black Farmers Agriculturalist Association – Florida Chapter
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Licenses and Restrictions
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Questions and Copyright Requests
For further assistance or information regarding BFAA-FL copyrighted materials, you may contact the BFAA-FL’s Intellectual Property Office at:
You may also fax or e-mail the form to the fax number or e-mail address listed above.
Note: The approximate time frame for receiving a reply for a non-commercial request is two to four weeks; commercial requests require approximately four to six weeks.
Effective date: March 21, 2016