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Intro to Organic Production and Certification

1/8/2020: Intro to Organic Production and Certification Organic produce has become very popular in the last 10 years. This webinar will introduce you to organic production methods, pricing and marketing organic products, and the organic certification process. Presenter: Neith Little, University of...

Estate and Transition Planning Success

4/10/19: Estate and Transition Planning Success Estate and Transition Planning Success! Real Life Examples of How to Develop a Plan to Transition Your Farm to the Next Generation Do you have a plan to transition to the farm to the next generation of managers? Does it accomplish all your goals? Are...

Annual Conference

February 12, 2020 - Preconference 1pm - 5pm Participants choose between two topics for an inter-active hands on workshop (Option A) Mindfully Managing Stress and Building Farm and Farm Family Resilience Farm and farm families experience ordinary and extraordinary stress due to the nature of farm...

NCBA CLUSA Farmer-to-Farmer: Your Key to International Agriculture

Join us as we explore NCBA CLUSA’s Farmer-to-Farmer Coffee Systems program in El Salvador, Honduras, and Peru. If you have ever been inspired to volunteer; helping underserved farmers achieve economic empowerment, now is your opportunity. Volunteer assignments will cover a range of topics, from...

Meal on Wheels- Food Trucks, Pop-up Markets, Home Delivery

This webinar is scheduled for 12/11/19. To register and attend please visit: https://2019wednesdaywebinars.eventbrite.com/ 12/11/19: Meals on Wheels- Food Trucks, Pop-up Markets, Home Delivery Consumers are asking for convenience in their meal preparations, healthy foods but short wait times, and...

Meal on Wheels- Food Trucks, Pop-up Markets, Home Delivery

Consumers are asking for convenience in their meal preparations, healthy foods but short wait times, and meals in a box delivered almost into their kitchen. How do the new models for marketing to these customers work? What are the advantages and disadvantages to these types of marketing outlets?...

Excel and Spreadsheets on the Farm

11/13/19: Excel and Spreadsheets on the Farm Excel is powerful software that can help record, organize and sort your farm data. This webinar will provide an overview of excel spreadsheets and ideas on how to organize them for farm use. Presenter: Shannon Dill, University of Maryland Extension...

Yes, It's Time for Twitter. Really.

10/23/19: Of all the social media platforms in use today, this presenter believes Twitter is the most valuable for the agriculture sector. Learn what is new in Twitter and how to grow your influence on the platform and join in conversations which can positively impact how others view agriculture...

Understanding Your Credit and Credit Scores

Understanding credit is as important as knowing when to plant your crops. Credit defines your trustworthiness in repaying your debt. This webinar will provide an overview of how credit is used in your everyday life. Knowing how to obtain your credit report and correct mistakes are important steps...

Managing Your Forested Farmland

9/25/19: Managing Your Forested Farmland This webinar will outline how farmers can best profit from and maintain their forested acres. Learn about the Maryland forestry legal framework and how you can benefit from creating a forest management plan. Presenter: Sarah Everhart, University of Maryland...

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