Category Archives: New Farmer Events

Build a Strong Farm Crew in 2019 – Register Now

Getting the Best from Yourself and Your Employees A three-session online workshop series Co-sponsored by University of Vermont Extension and UNH Cooperative Extension Location: Online Dates: January 8, 15 & 22, 2019 from 10:30-Noon Eastern Time Registration Deadline: January 4, 2018 Cost: $35 Would you like … Continue reading

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2015 Budget Clinics: Register Now

UVM Extension Farm Business Specialists Mark Cannella and Dennis Kauppila, are available to work one-on-one with farmers on their finances. Bring your financial statements, records and questions for a 60- to 90-minute private meeting. Sessions are available throughout March and … Continue reading

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Upcoming Webinar: Farm Tax Basics for Beginning Farmers

Thursday, February 5, Noon – 1 pm EST A UVM Extension New Farmer Project webinar.  Farm Tax Basics for Beginning Farmers. If you are facing preparing your first farm tax return, then join Dennis Kauppila, UVM Extension Farm Business Management … Continue reading

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Coaching and Business Planning Services

Looking for some help planning a farm business? The Intervale Center’s Farms Program and Beginning Farmer Program help new farmers overcome barriers to entry and promote the development of responsible farm management. Intervale’s Beginning Farmer Program offers information, assistance, and … Continue reading

Posted in Financial Mgmt, Goals, Land access, Marketing, New Farmer Events, Resources for Beginning Farmers

Growing Places Early Registration Deadline

Growing Places for new and aspiring farmers! Are you considering starting an agriculture or natural resource based business, but are unsure where to start. Growing Places is designed to help participants develop a comprehensive goal statement which will help in … Continue reading

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