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Permalink Cornell's Online Small Farm Courses Open for Registration

Cornell University's Small Farms Program is accepting registration for its 2017-2018 season of Small Farm Online Courses. These six-week-long courses help to build the technical and business skills of farmers through a weekly evening webinar and follow-up readings, videos, and activities. Students and their instructors connect through online forums and live chat. Expert farmers and extension educators guide students through the latest research-based information to help improve efficiency and increase profit on small farms. A variety of courses are offered for beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels. Topics include business and financial planning, soil health, grazing, and specialty-crop production. Three courses begin September 23, 2017.

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