ITHACA, N.Y. — The NY Beginning Farmer Project will hold the next round of online courses designed to help plan new farm enterprises.
The first course, Taking Stock: Evaluating Your Resources and Choosing an Enterprise, starts Feb. 18 and lasts five weeks.
The second course, Marketing and Profits: Making Money Selling What You Grow, is six weeks long and begins March 18.
Both courses are designed to stand alone, or build on each other by being taken back-to-back.
They will be taught by educators from Cornell Cooperative Extension, and both courses will incorporate real-time interaction with webinars.
Space is limited. Cost is $100 per course or $150 for both.
Details. Visit http://beginningfarmers.cce.cornell.edu/index.php?page=onlinecourse for computer requirements and registration details.
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