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Home  >  Livestock & Pasture  >   Adding Value through Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship: Overview and Resources (Summary)

Adding Value through Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship: Overview and Resources



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By Holly Born

Published: 2003

Updated: 2003

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94 pages


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Please note: This ATTRA publication has been archived or discontinued.
Therefore, the information contained in it may not be up to date.


Introduction

This publication provides a list of resources to assist farmers in developing and managing value-added agricultural enterprises and approaches, which were compiled under a project funded, in part, by the USDA's Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE) Program and the Heifer Project International. National and regional resources are listed as well as a special section for farmers in the Southern states.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Working Together
Financing
National Resources
Federal Government and National Organizations
Regional Organizations Outside the South
Training
Consultants
Books and Web Sites
Adding Value through Sustainable Agriculture Entrepreneurship in the Southern States
Resources for the Southern Region
State-Level Resources
Alabama
Arkansas
Florida
Georgia
Louisiana
Mississippi
Kentucky
North Carolina
Oklahoma
South Carolina
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia

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