Presentation includes the basic principles of organic pest management as well as illustrates the differences between good and bad bugs.
This webinar covers managing shared infrastructure and incubator sites. Partners from the Intervale Center, the New American Sustainable Agriculture Project, the International Rescue Committee and the Minnesota Food Association discuss a wide variety of topics including leasing land, soil fertility management, infrastructure development, urban farming initiatives and general site maintenance (budget, staffing, etc.).
This webinar exaplains how to integrate marketing support and cooperative marketing on incubator farms. Partners from the Intervale Center, the Agriculture and Land-Based Training Association (ALBA) and the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project (New Entry) will discuss avenues for marketing incubator farmer's products, cooperative storage, distribution, and marketing infrastructure (food hubs), maintaining product quality, and food safety concerns.
Illustrated calendar that recommends planting dates for a variety crops, April through June.
An illustrated guide of common vegetables grown and eaten in Vermont.
Vegetable flash cards with vocabulary and pictures, from the Refugee Agricultural Partnership Program curriculum.
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Strategies and resources for assessing a variety of marketing channels, compiled by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tomkins County.
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This publication is a decision-making aid for new farmers considering marketing through a new channel, outlining methods to sell wholesale and direct marketing channels.
Market plan worksheet to help categorize CSA, farmers' market, restaurant, stores, and mobile market sales.
Lesson plan from New Lands Farm's winter training series. Outlines the benefits of a farm business market plan and identifies where and how to sell farm products.