Know how

Program or resource provides know how or instruction but does not result in a certificate or other type of credit.

" The American Farm Bureau Federation Young Farmers & Ranchers program includes both men and women between the ages of 18-35.

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"The project will develop effective training tools to teach beginning farmers and ranchers how to use online marketing tools.

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Washington FarmLink is the state’s leading program to link aspiring farmers and landowners and help build sustainable farming operations. FarmLink addresses barriers that farmers face in keeping their land in farming and answers the call for more technical assistance and education.

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"Our goal for this project is to enhance the competitiveness and sustainability of beginning minority, immigrant, and tribal farmers and ranchers in California. We will conduct training and outreach to Latino, Southeast Asian and Native farmers and mentors in 10 counties.

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The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources (ANR), UVM Extension, and the Poultney-Mettowee Conservation District teamed together to develop and administer the Agronomy and Conservation Assistance Program (ACAP).

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This Program "activities fall into four main categories: (1) needs assessment and curriculum development; (2) training and development of participants; (3) network outreach and creation; and (4) pilot project planning."

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This program "aims to support the long-term sustainability of local food production at the San Francisco Bay Area urban-rural edge, by delivering training and mentorship opportunities to beginning farmers and ranchers in Alameda, Contra Costa, and Santa Clara Counties."

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This program "will assist new American refugee farmers in becoming future leaders of a sustainable, urban and ethnically-oriented agricultural sector.

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We engage, educate and inspire students in grades K-6 to learn different aspects of life on the land and how that land in turn sustains life. These place-based field-days take place on collaborating farms and ranches to support the agricultural education of youth in rural communities.

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