The Annual Farm and Food Conference promises to have something for a broad spectrum of attendees – from conventional and organic farmers, to beginning and established farmers, conservationists and environmentalists, and local food advocates and community leaders.
Jerry Terwilliger of the Center for Rural Affairs teaches the basics of desktop QuickBooks, focusing on the record-keeping needs of farmers and ranchers. Participants will learn how to input transactions, use accounts, categories, inventories, invoices, and run common reports.
Handmade jewelry, shawls, crafts, and beadwork made by members of the Omaha Tribe are among items available at the fourth annual Christmas Bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 30, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Friday, Dec. 1, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Anna Johnson, policy program associate, and Jim French, consultant with the Center for Rural Affairs, will be featured on a panel discussion, “Bridges to a New Farm Bill," at the Kansas Farmers Union Convention on Dec. 1 to 2.
Growing for the Future is a unique online, interactive virtual conference focused on beginning farmer and rancher issues, including mentorship, business planning, USDA programs, women and veterans in farming, conservation, and much more!
Small business owners are invited to learn about online marketing tools in an interactive setting during “Online Marketing Strategies,” a free workshop organized by the Center for Rural Affairs’ Rural Enterprise Assistance Project (REAP) Women’s Business Center in collaboration with the Wood River Vision Business Association.