An inspiring article about what can be done when you think more creatively. Every hotel restaurant should hire a ‘forager’ for their kitchens. That is something I would love to do.
Archive for January, 2012
Posted in Uncategorized, tagged and tax implicaitons of your farm, berry production, business, Cornell Cooperative Extension, farming ideas, growing and marketing, machinery and equipment, markets and profits, online courses, planning, regulatory, taking care of business on January 12, 2012 |
Winter is a great time for planning for your small farm future or taking courses to make your existing farm business even more successful. This Spring we’ll be offering 4 online courses – including a new Machinery and Equipment course – to help you continue your farming education.
As always, our courses are taught by experienced Cooperative Extension educators, farmers, and other specialists. Courses run 5-8 weeks, cost $175, and include both real-time meetings (online webinars) and on-your-own time reading and activities. We do not offer any academic credit, but those who successfully complete a course will receive a certificate and are also eligible for Farm Service Agency (FSA) borrower training credit, which can improve your eligibility to receive a low-interest FSA loan. (more…)