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Mar
8
Fri
Managing Your Piece of Texas @ Flat Community Center
Mar 8 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Soil Test? Forage Test? Resource Inventory? Conservation Plan? Do you know what these words and concepts mean and how they benefit you and your operation?

In order to manage our farms & ranches, it is important to first understand what we have to manage. Join us with  USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service and experience the process of developing a conservation plan.

This class will will teach you about:

  • How to work with USDA NRCS & how that can benefit you
  • Understanding what natural resources your farm or ranch has to offer
  • Choosing the best livestock for your operation & why it matters
  • Managing your natural resources
  • Making a resource inventory & a land plan
  • Identifying & managing your  resources like water access, pastures, forage species and so much more
  • Accessing funding to address resource concerns

Download the workshop flyer here

REGISTER HERE

May
18
Sat
FREE Agriculture Business Workshop @ Jack Hartel Building
May 18 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Texas AgrAbility Project and Battleground to Breaking Ground will be hosting a  workshop provides education and resources for military veterans, individuals with disabilities and functional limitations, beginning farmers and ranchers, and those interested in starting agriculture operations.

Workshop sessions will include:

  • Rural Business Ideas
  • Intro to Business Planning
  • Possibilities for farming/ranching with a disability
  • Financial funding sources for farming/ranching
  • Marketing Resources
  • Resources to support agriculture business operations

THIS WORKSHOP HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED.

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Aug
15
Thu
FREE Agriculture Business Workshop – San Angelo @ Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at San Angelo
Aug 15 @ 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us for a FREE agriculture business workshop in San Angelo, Texas.  This workshop is a one-day workshop designed for military veterans, beginning farmers and ranchers, individuals with disabilities, and anyone interested in starting an agriculture business.

Workshop sessions will include:

  • Rural Business Ideas
  • Intro to Business Planning
  • Possibilities for farming/ranching with a disability
  • Financial funding sources for farming/ranching
  • Marketing Resources
  • Resources to support agriculture business operations ​

This workshop is made possible by a sponsorship from Farm Credit Bank of Texas and the generosity of Travis Whitney, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Specialist.

San Angelo Ag Business Workshop Flyer 8.15.19

Register HERE by August 9

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