NOFA-NY's Virtual Winter Conference
Winter Conference and Seed Conference workshop sessions, discussion groups, and networking events will run for eight days, so you can get even more content than you would at the in-person conference. And, if you miss a session, you can view recordings on the conference app. View the full conference schedule to see what we have lined up.
Our keynote speakers will be Laura Lengnick, Banu Subramaniam, and Brian Caldwell. We are featuring Chelsea Green authors Doug Fine, Rob Hopkins, Sandor Ellix Katz, and Nigel Palmer, and we're excited to host the In Living Color Virtual BIPOC Space, facilitated by Amanda David and Mandana Boushee. Check out our website for all the conference details!
Weed Management for Berries in NY
March 6, 2024 : Weed Management for Berries in NY
Join Cornell scientists, Dr. Bryan Brown, Dr. Lynn Sosnoskie, Rutgers University's Dr. Thierry Besançon, CCE Harvest NY's Anya Osatuke, and CCE ENYCHP's Laura McDermott to hear updates on the latest research concerning weed management in berries.
Northeast Extension Fruit Consortium Winter Webinar Series
March 6, 2024
March 13, 2024
March 20, 2024
: Northeast Extension Fruit Consortium Winter Webinar Series
How Profitable will My New Orchard Investment Be? Evaluating Capital Investment Decisions in a Farm Business
February 29, 2024 : Week 1 of the course (February 23-Feb 29)
In week 1 we cover:
- How and why to use a structured process to make investment decisions.
- Identifying the problem to be addressed, generating possible solutions and identifying what information you need to acquire.
- Gathering data and using farm financial statements and farm financial ratios to help make decisions.
In this zoom session we will go over what you learned in the on-line class.
March 7, 2024 : Week 2 (March 1 - March 7)
In week 2 you will: