Climate Record Keeping
New Entry’s Climate Record Keeping Workshop Series
An enlightening journey into record keeping in small-scale farming, a crucial aspect of overcoming risk during climate variability. In this engaging series, you’ll gain insights into the importance of maintaining accurate data for farming businesses, and how it can influence informed decisions to improve farming operations. The workshop series cover the following topics:
Workshop 1: Bookkeeping for Farmers. 11.13.23. Learn how effective bookkeeping can help farmers to adapt and thrive in a changing climate. Presenter – Cian Dalzell (The Carrot Project/Three Maple Market Garden).
Workshop 2: Breakeven Analysis and Scenario Planning. 12.11.23// 3pm to 5pm. Unlocking financial clarity in farming operations. Presenter – Cian Dalzell (The Carrot Project/Three Maple Market Garden).
Workshop 3: USDA Safety Net Resources. 1.22.24// 6pm to 8pm. Empowering farmers with USDA safety nets: knowledge - support - success. Various Presenters.
Workshop 4. Sensitivity Competitive Analysis. 2.6.24// 6pm to 8pm. Presenter – Cian Dalzell. (The Carrot Project/Three Maple Market Garden).
Workshop 5. Channel Specific Risks. 2.19.24// 6pm to 8pm. Presenter – Matt LeRoux (Cornell Cooperative Extension).
Workshop 6. Point of Sale. 3.19.24// 6pm to 8pm. Presenter – Matt LeRoux (Cornell Cooperative Extension).
This material is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award number 2021-70027-34693