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 hosting multiple GenerationNext seminars across the Northeast this fall into winter, and currently seeks interested young leaders to attend.
Each year, the laws and regulations relating to trucking compliance grow more complex, including new Federal Motor Carrier Safety regulations that took effect in 2018 related to Hours of Service (HOS) and Electronic Logging Devices (ELD). To help navigate these rules, Farm Credit East hosted a webinar December 20, 2018.
New York's sexual harassment laws have recently undergone several important changes that all New York employers should pay attention to. To help New York employers understand these laws, New York Farm Bureau and Cornell’s Ag Workforce Development partnered with Farm Credit East to host a webinar on November 20.
Farm Credit East recently awarded $6,000 in scholarships to support eight educators who will be attending Curriculum for Agricultural Science Education (CASE) programs this summer where they will learn to teach CASE courses to high school students in Farm Credit East’s territory.