ENFIELD, Conn. — Join Farm Credit East and representatives of the United States Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency for a discussion of the second round of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP 2) focused on specialty crop producers, including floriculture and nursery crops, fruit, vegetable and tobacco growers, aquaculture, maple producers, and others. The webinar will be held on Friday, November 6 at 11 a.m.
Farm Service Agency program specialists Jule Dybdahl and Sarah Fournier will review key details applicable to operations involved, such as eligibility requirements, payment limitations, required records, application procedures and payment rates for each commodity.
This webinar is free to attend. Visit FarmCreditEast.com/Webinars to register, or contact Chris Laughton at (800) 562-2235 or Chris.Laughton@farmcrediteast.
Farm Credit East is a member owned cooperative that extends more than $7.8 billion in loans and has 20 local offices in its seven-state service area. In addition to loans and leases, the organization also offers a full range of specialized financial services, such as tax preparation, payroll, record keeping, appraisal, and consulting for farming, forest products and commercial fishing businesses. Farm Credit East is governed by a 15-person board of directors, comprised of 13 customer-elected, one customer appointed and one outside appointed directors. For more information, visit FarmCreditEast.com.
–Farm Credit East