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Trainer’s Toolbox

Northeast beginning farmer service providers come together to share teaching tools, resources 

The Cornell Small Farms Program will host the 11th Annual Northeast Beginning Farmer Learning Network (BFLN) meeting bringing together 70 service providers from extension programs, non-profit organizations, and government agencies across the NE on February 9, 2019 in Lancaster, PA, as part of the PASA Winter Conference.

The day-long program will allow plenty of time for networking–including a Friday Feb 8 evening social time from 7:30-9pm–as well as sessions on social justice, program evaluation, making farm finances fun, and advancing the work of the Blueprint: Building a Better Business Assistance Network for Farms and Food Businesses.

Cost is $75 including breakfast and lunch.

Full agenda and registration info coming soon!

Check out agendas and presenter slides from past BFLN meetings and webinars HERE.