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California FarmLink is accepting applications for its "Resilerator," a comprehensive business curriculum designed for farmers, ranchers and fishers with at least two years of experience as a business owner. The Resilerator is like a business accelerator, but the emphasis is on long-term resilience and sustainable profits and practices. The Resilerator begins with each participant completing a Business Resilience Self-assessment. The next ten weeks cover topics including business structure, labor, land tenure, accounting, taxation, credit, insurance, and regulatory compliance. The course ends with setting realistic goals for improving business practices for the next two to three years. Applications for the 2022...

The Center for Arkansas Food and Farms is accepting applications for its 11-month Farm School until October 15, 2021. Learn how to make a living as a specialty crop farmer through a curriculum that combines hands-on specialty crop farming with core-knowledge classes in production, business, and legal issues. Students will learn about sustainable farming production systems and the business applications needed to succeed in growing fruit, vegetables, flowers, and herbs for local and regional markets. Classes meet on weekdays throughout the program....

The Center for Land-Based Learning is offering beginning farmers the opportunity to lease land through its Farm Incubator Program. Land is available to lease in both West Sacramento and at the organization's new headquarters in Woodland, California. Plot sizes range from 1/4 acre up to one full acre, depending on the site. Beginning farmers can lease land for as long as four years. Prior commercial growing experience and a solid business plan are required. ...