BROOME CO., N.Y. — Annie’s Project: Risk Management for Farm Women, Design Your Succession Plan, and a Marketing Agricultural Products Webinar Series will be held this fall, organized by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County and sponsored in part by the Northern New York Agricultural Development Program.
Annie’s Project: Risk Management for Farm Women
Mondays & Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm via Zoom
Nov 1st-Dec 16th (skip week of Thanksgiving)
Come and join our trained facilitators and other farm women across NYS as we take a deep dive each week into a different area of risk management: production, financial, marketing, human resources & labor. Using real world examples, subject matter experts, and peer to peer learning farm women will walk away more empowered and confident to take on responsibilities on-farm! Only $30 and includes a padfolio to keep all your notes. Click here to register or for more information. Thanks to Farm Credit East for their support of Annie’s Project!
Design Your Succession Plan
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:30 via Zoom
Nov 2nd-Dec 14th (skip week of Thanksgiving)
Come and join our trained facilitators as farmers and next generation farmers receive an opportunity to develop and design a succession plan with sessions led by experts across the field. Attendees will learn through scenario-based learning how to relate real-life experiences to the farm transition process. Only $100 for the six session series includes a workbook, access to pre-course videos and hands-on exercises. Click here to register or for more information.
FREE! Marketing Agricultural Products Webinar Series
Are you interested in expanding your farm’s product offerings in 2022? Identifying and evaluating potential markets for new products is always the first step. Join CCE ag business specialist Lindsey Pashow for a FREE Zoom webinar series this fall to help you plan your marketing and pricing strategies as your business evolves. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required.
November 3, 12pm-1pm
The Market Evaluation workshop will focus on techniques for evaluating both new and existing markets for your agricultural products.
November 10, 12pm-1pm
The Pricing workshop will focus on finding the true cost of product, price to charge, and determining if it is a viable product for your agricultural business and market.
Questions? Contact Lindsey Pashow at 518.569.3073 or firstname.lastname@example.org
These programs are sponsored in part by the Northern New York Agricultural Development Program
–Cornell Cooperative Extension of Broome County
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