Thursday, April 9, 2015

PROFIT: Financial Planning, Business Planning, and Food Safety for South & East Oklahoma

The University of Arkansas School of Law Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative has joined with the Farm Credit of East Central Oklahoma, the Wallace Center at Winrock International (Washington DC), Morse Marketing Connections (MMC), and the Choctaw Nation and Muscogee Creek Nations to offer an important set of “bootcamp” workshops in southern and eastern Oklahoma during 2015.

Attendees will hear the latest on food safety regulations and GAP certification, crop insurance and risk management tools, and will be given hands on experience with one-page financial, risk assessment and business plan tools. We will also provide information on new markets in the region and how operations can participate in food hubs that are growing in number across the country.

In-person and webinar sessions will be available; the flyer below has the complete schedule for both sets. NOTE: All webinars require registration, so please register now using the links in the flyer.


Edit 4/10/15: The first in-person workshop has been moved from Idabel to Broken Bow. Please download the updated flyer.

Please send this flyer on to anyone you know who may be interested. For more information, contact Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative Director Janie Hipp at jhipp@uark.edu or her assistant Rebecca Sims at ras017@uark.edu or 479-575-4434.

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