Supplement Farm Income, Inspire Public Appreciation for Agriculture
Are you looking for ways to supplement farm income? Do you wish the public had a better understanding of agriculture and where their food comes from? Are you concerned about farmland preservation? Welcoming visitors to your farm may help achieve these goals.
The Small Business Center at Sandhills Community College and the Moore County Cooperative Extension are offering a free eight session Agritourism Short Course.
When: Monday and Wednesday Evenings, October 1-24, 2018; 6:00-7:30 pm
Where: 102 Van Dusen Hall
Sandhills Community College Small Business Center
Learn how agritourism might benefit your overall agribusiness; learn about types of agritourism ventures; learn how to market an agritourism business; develop a sustainable agritourism business plan; learn legal and risk management requirements; and, discover available agribusiness resources.
You may attend the course in its entirety or just specific classes that are most applicable to your interest. However, registration is necessary.
Register by September 27.
For information on how to register, contact Teresa Reynolds: email@example.com
For class descriptions contact Deborah McGiffin: firstname.lastname@example.org