When: Thursday, Feb. 25, from 6 to 7:30 p.m.
About: Beginning an agricultural business can be daunting; questions arise at every turn. Where to get land? Where to get financing? What will be the market? How will it stay afloat?
In this second of four workshops offered to beginning farmers and landowners, attendees will learn where to start in the agriculture business. This course will focus on beneficial programs, specifically the beginning farmer tax credit. Instructed by Dave Goeller, retired deputy director of North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and resource provider at Nebraska Rural Response Hotline, as well as input from other service providers.
Participants not familiar with Zoom are invited to log in to the event 20 minutes early for a Zoom tutorial. During this session, project associate Justin Carter will lead participants through the technology being used during the workshop.
Registration (required by Feb. 25): Click here to register.
Questions: Contact Justin Carter at email@example.com or 402.237.5082
Hosted by: Center for Rural Affairs
This project is funded by a U.S. Department of Agriculture Beginning Farmer and Rancher Grant.