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Entity Governance for Business & Nonprofits

February 26, 2019
Online
This free, one-hour webinar is part of the Legal Food Hub Winter Webinar Series. It will be presented by the Transacational Law Clinics of Harvard Law School.

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Online Marketing Webinar Series

February 26, 2019
Online
The University of Tennessee's Center for Profitable Agriculture continues its monthly series of webinars on online marketing with a free, one-hour session on Developing a Social Media Strategy, with Sarah Cornelisse, Penn State University.

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Defeating Internal Parasites in Sheep and Goats

February 26, 2019
Online
This free, one-hour webinar is the last in a three-part series from Food Animal Concerns Trust on exploring how to defeat parasites in small ruminant animals. This session will cover treatment protocols and strategies, and will tie together all of the strategies that were discussed throughout the webinar series. The presenter is NCAT's Linda Coffey.

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Designing Cover Crops to Work for Your Farm

February 27, 2019
Online
This free, one-hour webinar is part of the bi-weekly Wednesday Webinar series presented by Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture. This workshop will provide information about what cover crop species and management techniques are optimal for the various desired functions, and how to utilize cover crops that make sense for your farm.

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Selecting and Managing Cover Crops for Organic Crop Rotations in the Western Region

February 27, 2019
Online
This free, one-hour webinar is part of the Organic Farming and Soil Health in the Western U.S. Webinar Series presented by Organic Farming Research Foundation and eOrganic. In this webinar Eric Brennan, USDA ARS, will discuss best cover crops, mixes, and management methods for optimum soil health and organic cash-crop production in the Western Region. The webinar will explore in greater depth the special challenges that farmers face in adding cover crops to dryland cereal-grain rotations and other moisture-limited cropping systems.

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Developing an Effective Farm Employee Handbook

February 27, 2019
Online
This two-hour webinar from PASA offers an opportunity to learn from the experiences of Blooming Glen Farm as farmer Trician Borneman discusses how they developed their employee handbook over time, how it has helped their operations, and how you can write your own. This webinar will include a presentation followed by an opportunity to have your questions answered about this important topic.

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National Farm to School Network (NFSN) Farm to School Resource Roundup Webinar

February 27, 2019
Online
This one-hour webinar from the National Farm to School Network will feature three new resources from NFSN that aim to increase equitable access to farm to school initiatives, including theNFSN Programs and Policy Racial and Social Equity Assessment Tool; Supporting Farm to School with Non-Profit Hospital Community Benefit Dollars; and City & School District Farm to School Policy Opportunities.

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Organic Farming and Crop Insurance Options

February 28, 2019
Online
Jeff Schahczenski, Agricultural and Natural Resource Economist with NCAT/ATTRA will present a free, one-hour webinar on history, opportunities and challenges with using federal crop insurance policies to protect yield and price risks associated with transitioning and certified organic agriculture. Part of this webinar will be based on recent results from a five-year national Organic Research and Education Initiative project.

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Legal Considerations of Agricultural Easements

March 5, 2019
Online
This free, one-hour webinar is presented as part of the Legal Food Hub Winter Webinar Series.

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Nutrient Management Strategies for the Organic Transition

March 5, 2019
Online
This free webinar from American Society of Agronomy is part of Managing Through the Organic Transition in Grain Crop Production, a five-part webinar series that will provide the agronomic guidance advisers need to help their grower clients succeed during and after the organic transition period. Each webinar will be accompanied by a podcast which further explores that webinar's key concepts and audience questions.

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Equipment for Mechanical Cultivation

March 5, 2019
Online
Join this free, one-hour webinar in the Understanding Organic Agriculture series, presented by USDA NRCS Science and Technology, to learn about equipment and techniques for precision mechanical weed control. Weed management is often cited as the top production challenge in organic systems, and organic growers primarily manage weeds with soil disturbance. This method of weed control can be counterproductive to soil-health. This webinar will be a virtual field day looking at new tools that cause less soil disturbance. Presenter Sam Hitchcock Tilton will also discuss management techniques that can reduce the need for later mechanical weed control. Attendees will learn about the diversity of cultivation equipment available to producers and their advantages/disadvantages; including optimizing older equipment and a summary of newer options.

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Setting the Course - Making A Living at What You Love to Do

March 6, 2019
Online
This free, one-hour webinar is offered by Food Animal Concerns Trust. Walk through an assessment of how to determine the true resources you have in your life and how to turn them into assets to sustain your dream of earning a living at what you love to do. Presenter Annie Warmke is a social entrepreneur, mentor, and founder/farmer at Blue Rock Station.

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Holistic Financial Planning Online Course

March 12 - April 16, 2019
Online
This seven-week course from HMI meets weekly and provides key financial principles. This simple approach to financial planning will help you understand the big picture view as well as make critical production decisions based on a clear sense of cost of production for different enterprises. You will develop a financial plan and identify ways to implement and monitor that plan. You'll learn the key economic analysis tools for improved financial decisions for both annual budgets and for long-term investment. Scholarships are available.

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Pulled Pork: Mobile Housing for Pigs

March 13, 2019
Online
Food Animal Concerns Trust (FACT) offers this free webinar as part of its ongoing humane farming webinar series. Presenters Homer Walden and his wife Dru Peters of Sunnyside Farm in Pennsylvania introduce innovative, front-moving livestock pens for pigs and how they are used for soil breaking, fertility, and pest control.

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Protecting Yourself and Others on the Farm

March 13, 2019
Online
This free webinar is part of the Mid-Atlantic Women in Agriculture Wednesday webinar series. Attend this webinar to learn about some easy steps you can take to protect your and your employees' health, and bring your farm into compliance with the Worker Protection Standard.

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Managing Face Flies on Pastured Cattle

March 19, 2019
Online
This free webinar is part of Food Animal Concerns Trust's series on humane animal production. Join presenter Fred Forsburg to hear about the latest strategy to control Face Flies on pastured cattle. The method that will be discussed is both effective and safe for the cattle, the operator and the environment.

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Pest and Weed Management Strategies for the Transitioning Producer

March 19, 2019
Online
This free webinar is part of the American Society of Agronomy's Managing Through the Organic Transition in Grain Crop Production Webinar Series. This five-part webinar series will provide the agronomic guidance advisers need to help their grower clients succeed during and after the organic transition period. This series will also highlight the business challenges and opportunities both growers and their advisers will have during this time.

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Online Marketing Webinar Series: An Introduction to Instagram and Twitter

March 26, 2019
Online
University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture's monthly Online Webinar Series continues with this session by consultant Jason Elkins.

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