A Plain Language Guide from the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project. In this guide, you will learn about: production risk; marketing risk; financial risk; worker risk; legal risk; strategies to manage risk.
Along with six other experienced farm incubator programs, the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project has developed a two-year dissemination and technical assistance program to serve new and emerging programs. Activities include include:
The Integrated Poultry, Livestock And Agroforestry Production And Training For New And Beginning Farmers And Ranchers program at the University of Arkansas has created a modular learning program that provides information on poultry, small livestock and agroforestry operations, as well as information on business development and farm safety.
We have crated a learning and production program that uses elements and strategies that are easy and inexpensive to implement, keep and mange while providing fast returns and multiple marketing opportunities (poultry, small ruminants and agroforestry) while using ecologically and financially sustainable strategies.
"The UC Small Farm Program, working with county-based UC Cooperative Extension farm advisors, provides resources for agritourism operators and hosts California's statewide directory of agritourism operations.
"The programs provides education, technical assistance, coaching and mentoring to beginning farmers in topic areas of production and management strategies, business management and decision support, marketing strategies, legal strategies, and topics related to processing safe and nutritious food.
This program seeks to provide an effective safety and health best practices resource manual for new and beginning farmers and ranchers; and to develop and model hands-on, train-the-trainer workshops for teaching safety and health best practices to new and beginning farmers and ranchers.