Building Farm Resilience During COVID-19
These publications detail various aspects of farming during a crisis, with a focus on the current COVID-19 pandemic. Here we are offering ideas on how we can take care of ourselves, our farms, and our local communities.
The content here was created in partnership with educators, researchers and others. It will be consistently updated as new information and resources are available. Please check back often, subscribe to our emails, or follow our social channels for updates.
Resources and Links
Never before has our work as farmers and stewards been so important. Here our director shares how we in agriculture have the opportunity to strengthen our communities and provide hope in a time of stress.
This new calendar is dedicated to the various webinars and other virtual learning opportunities being offered during this time of physical distancing.
We want to hear your stories of farm resilience. How has your farm adapted to this pandemic? Share ideas about how we can take care of ourselves, our farms, and our local communities using our submission form.
News and Updates
How you can start planning now for assistance to stay in business during the COVID-19 pandemic and recover afterwards. Based on my experience with previous federal and state disasters, you…Read More
The current COVID-19 pandemic is a common concern and many are wondering what they can and should do. The information here is intended to help guide the farming community. COVID-19…Read More
CARES Act’s Emergency Resources for Farm Businesses: Paycheck Protection Loan Program Ag business specialist Elizabeth Higgins, with the CCE Eastern NY Commercial Horticulture Team and a member of our program’s…Read More
Interim Guidance for Horticulture and Seafood from NYS Ag & Markets The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets released the following Interim Guidance for the Operation of Farmers’…Read More
Update 4/2/20: At this time, horticulture is designated as a non-essential business (with the exception of nurseries/greenhouses selling food producing plants). Please note that landscaping for maintenance and pest control purposes…Read More
Update: This offer has now closed. We have had an overwhelming response to our solidarity offer for free access to our online courses. We are so glad that many of…Read More