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Home  >  Local and Regional Food Systems  >   Host Safer, More Legally Secure On-Farm Events (Summary)

Host Safer, More Legally Secure On-Farm Events


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By Rachel Armstrong ~ Executive Director and Attorney, Farm Commons

Published: January 2013

Updated: June 2014


19 pages

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Farmers reading this guide will learn about various ways things might go wrong, techniques to address problems, and insurance policies to cover risks. Specifically, farmers will learn about potential problems with zoning codes, disability accommodations, food service regulations, tax permits, insurance, and injuries.

Table of Contents

Zoning Codes
Disabilities Accommodation
Food Safety
Food Permits
Sales Tax
Injuries and Insurance
U-Pick and Insurance

Note: Digital downloads are in full color. Printed, mailed copies are only available in black & white.


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