The Farm Credit Northeast AgEnhancement Program, a joint effort of Farm Credit East and CoBank, recently provided over $60,000 in grant funding to 17 organizations to assist their efforts to support young and beginning farmer initiatives, encourage youth leadership development, promote diversity equity and inclusion and advance northeast agriculture, forestry and commercial fishing.
Are you interested in starting a farm? Or, do you already have a farm and would like to learn more about managing it profitably or obtaining credit? Farm Credit East and the Worcester County Conservation District recently offered a free webinar that dove into farm finance for beginning and part-time farmers.
A successful manager is required to master many aspects of their agricultural business. To help the next generation develop the necessary business and financial skills, Farm Credit East is currently seeking interested up-and-coming leaders to attend its virtual GenerationNext seminar series. Sessions begin January 19.
A successful manager is required to master many aspects of the farm business. To help the next generation develop the necessary business and financial skills, Farm Credit East is once again hosting GenerationNext seminars, and is currently seeking interested young leaders to attend. In-person sessions are limited, however a virtual option is also available.