- March 20, 2014, Noon-1 pm EST: Getting Started Growing Small-Grains in New England.
Recordings of Recent Webinars
- Intro to Shiitake Mushroom Production. February 2014.
- Farm Scale Permaculture. January 2014.
- What are Lenders Looking For? December 2013
- Cold Storage Options for Beginning Produce Farmers, Oct. 17, noon-1 pm.
March 20, 2014, Noon-1 pm EST: Getting Started Growing Small-Grains in New England. Presented by Heather Darby, Agronomic and Soils Specialist for the University of Vermont Extension and lead researcher on small grain production systems in Vermont.
About New Farmer Project Webinars: When & How
Vermont New Farmer Project webinars are generally about an hour long. Sometimes they are scheduled in the evening, and sometimes around noontime. All webinars are recorded and made available for viewing within a few days.
If you have Internet access and can hear sound through your computer, you should be able to participate or watch recordings regardless of the type of computer or operating system you use. A broadband connection to the Internet is helpful but not required.
Click on the title of the webinar to link to the webinar. If this is the first time you're participating in a webinar using the Blackboard Collaborate/Elluminate platform, please visit the link to your webinar a day or two earlier so that you can pre-configure your computer for webinar participation. For more information, please contact the UVM Extension New Farmer Project by e-mailing email@example.com or calling 802-223-2389.
If you require accommodations to participate in a webinar, please contact Mary Peabody at least seven days before the webinar you want to participate in, so we may assist you. Call 802-223-2389 or 1-866-860-1382 (toll-free in Vt.) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Recordings of past webinars are also available.
The New Farmer Project isn't the only one creating farming webinars. Learn the latest in organic farming practices and research by attending or watching an eOrganic Webinar, a project of eXtenstion. Sign up for upcoming webinars to watch slides, listen to the presenter, and type in questions during the live event. Or, watch recordings of past webinars in their webinar archive.
Entrepreneurs and their Communities
Find webinars on marketing, business development, and regulatory issues that affect farm businesses at the Entrepreneurs and their Communities section of the eXtension website. The entrepreneurship team is dedicated to effectively serving the information and educational needs of entrepreneurs and strengthening the capacity of community leaders and citizens to foster and sustain the entrepreneurial dimensions of their local economies.