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Permalink Business and Legal Considerations for Your Farm

February 24, 2018
Princess Anne, Maryland

The primary goal of this half-day training from the IFARMS Project and the Agriculture Law Education Initiative is to equip farmers with the understanding of business and legal principles associated with managing a farm operation while complying with the complex network of laws and policies protecting the integrity of the Maryland's food system and environment. In the morning plenary session, attendees will learn about the protections that different business structures can provide farming businesses, the liability risks that accompany farming and strategies for managing those risks. A robust offering of mid-morning breakout sessions will follow, with topics such as lending or financing, labor and employment issues, taxes, and farm liability.

In: Northeast SARE Region

 

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