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Take Your Local Food Online (Webinar)

Take Your Local Food Online provided practical information and tips from farmers using online sales platforms. Platforms covered in this video include: Woo Commerce — Kat Becker, Cattail Farms Graze Cart — Remi Keaston, David’s Pasture Shopify — Cherie Shenker,

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Vídeo: Los Cinco Principios de la Salud del Suelo

Los agricultores en todo el mundo operan en una era de clima incierto. Los suelos sanos y vivos pueden soportar mejor la creciente demanda que les estamos imponiendo para cultivar alimentos saludables y mantener el agua y aire limpios bajo

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Immigration Reforms Effects on Organic Farming

Immigrants are central to California’s farm community and critical to meeting the agricultural labor demand. In this webinar, CAFF’s Policy Director, David Runsten gives updates on immigration reforms, such as the H2A temporary agricultural program for guest workers, and the

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Integrating Livestock into a Cropping System for Sustainability & Soil Health

USDA NRCS East National Technology Support Center View this webinar to learn how the Small Angus Ranch in Burleigh County, North Dakota, is working toward the goals stated in the webinar title. Follow along the Small’s soil health road as

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Assessing Fire Damaged Landscapes: Video

NRCS Assessing fire damaged landscapes video. 

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Saving the Ranch: Video

Wildfire preparedness tips from a firefighter, veterinarian, and ranch owner.

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Waterways on Fire Damaged Landscapes: Video

Steep burned hillsides can be unstable in heavy rains, increasing the risk of landsides. To avoid this outcome, use wattles as described above to keep soil from moving downhill and entering storm drains, culverts and creeks. Other tips for keeping

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Finding Your First 10 CSA Customers (VIDEO)

If you’re JUST starting out as a CSA farmer, how do you find those first 10 customers? I think this is the MOST frequently asked question I get. So I finally made a video about it! I share 10 tips

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Marketing Plan: Where to Start (VIDEO)

When you’re just starting out in digital marketing, it’s easy to get side-tracked and overwhelmed. What does this digital marketing strategy look like at a high level? And if I could do it all over, what would I work on

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Requirements for Farms that Must Fully Comply with FSMA: Part 2

Organic agricultural professionals are invited to join the CCOF Foundation and Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) for a series of webinars on how the new federal food safety regulations intersect with organic regulations. This, the third webinar in the

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Requirements For Farms That Must Fully Comply With FSMA

Organic agricultural professionals and farmers are invited to join the CCOF Foundation and Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) for a series of webinars on how the new federal food safety regulations intersect with organic regulations. This second webinar will

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FSMA 101 Webinar for Organic Professionals

*Update 12/5/17* The slide with FSMA full exemptions mentions that farms with less than $25,000 in annual PRODUCE sales are fully exemption from FSMA. This is correct. We may not have emphasized this point enough in the webinar and wanted

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Compost Science Webinar

Originally aired March 8, 2017 | Composting is both an art and a science. For some, composting is a passion and an emotional experience, but often when we start thinking emotionally we stop thinking rationally. Rick Carr, Compost Production Specialist

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What you have to do if your farm is fully subject to the Food Safety Mode

This webinar discusses the principal elements of the FSMA Produce Safety Rule. This is the first webinar (of 2) on what a farm will have to do to be in compliance with FSMA. Topics covered include how to fulfill the

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Soil My Undies Challenge: Skivvies & Soil Health

Healthy soil means hungry soil. With proper management, the ground beneath your crops should teem with millions of tiny lifeforms—bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, earthworms—all busy transferring nutrients, eating and decomposing organic material through nutrient cycling in processes that help

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Webinar: Does FSMA apply to your Farm?

*Update 12/5/17* The slide with FSMA full exemptions mentions that farms with less than $25,000 in annual produce sales are fully exemption from FSMA. This is correct. We may not have emphasized this point enough in the webinar and wanted

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