"Our goal for this project is to enhance the competitiveness and sustainability of beginning minority, immigrant, and tribal farmers and ranchers in California. We will conduct training and outreach to Latino, Southeast Asian and Native farmers and mentors in 10 counties.
SAIF Corporation’s annual agricultural safety seminars for Oregon employers are held in many locations across Oregon. The four-hour seminars are designed primarily for owners, operators, supervisors and foremen, but anyone working in the agricultural industry is welcome to attend.
"SBA Direct is a dynamic Web tool that allows users to personalize their experience on SBA.gov. Just by answering a few simple questions about your (planned) business, SBA Direct brings the targeted resources you need to start, operate and grow your small business – directly to your desktop."
Objective of this Program is to improve the success rate of beginning farmer Native American, International Refugee, and Future Farmers of America, and 4-H audiences by enabling them to: 1. Develop a business plan for specialty crops that considers direct, local, and niche marketing alternatives.
In order to participate in many conservation cost-share programs from USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service, a conservation plan is required. The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) program may be used to develop comprehensive nutrient management and other conservation practice plans.
"Farm Service Agency has developed this website to provide a tool to connect retired or retiring land owners or operators with beginning or socially disadvantaged farmers or ranchers who are interested in the Transition Incentives Program (TIP)."
"Formerly known as the Small, Minority Producer Grant Program, the primary objective of the SSDPG program is to provide technical assistance to small, socially-disadvantaged agricultural producers through eligible cooperatives and associations of cooperatives.