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Attention Educators & Service Providers: Let’s Talk Mushrooms

Did you know that the Cornell Small Farms Program has been offering specialty mushroom resources and extension education for 10 years? This has occurred through our website, online courses, and in-person workshops. Now we need your help to continue this important work.

To all extension/university or non-profit educators, government agency employees, and private consultants — please complete this short survey to help us gauge the interest and needs for mushroom producers from your perspective.

We’ve personally seen the interest in this crop increase dramatically during that time, but want to gauge your experience and the demands you receive on the topic as an agricultural service provider. We have been invited by NE-SARE to submit a full Professional Development Grant Proposal to expand the number of ag service providers able to confidently offer growers support to develop mushroom production enterprises.

The survey will take less than 10 minutes, and offer us insight into our collective needs as farm educators of various sorts.

Thank you for your time!

Kacey Deamer

Kacey Deamer

Kacey is the Cornell Small Farms Program’s communications specialist. In this role, she manages all storytelling and outreach across the program’s website, social media, e-newsletter, magazine and more. Kacey has worked in communications and journalism for more than a decade, with a primary focus on science and sustainability.

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