Safety Assessments for farms open to visitors

Meet one-on-one on your farm or through a video conference with an agricultural service provider to assess your risks and develop a personalized safety plan for agritourism on your farm. Register HERE

Online conversations about welcoming visitors on our farms

Join producers and ag service providers from the Northeast for free online conversations about what is working and what is not for farms open to visitors for direct sales, education, hospitality, entertainment, and recreation.

Getting Ready for Pick Your Own – Do’s and Don’ts for the Upcoming Season
Tuesday, May 4, 4-5pm Eastern time
Register HERE

Agritourism Operation Checklists and Self-Assessment
Tuesday, May 11, 7-8pm Eastern Time
Register HERE

Crisis Management and Communications for Farms Open to Visitors
Tuesday, May 18, 7-8pm Eastern Time
Register HERE

Liability Insurance for Farms Open to Visitors
Tuesday, May 25, 12-1pm Eastern Time
Register HERE

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This material is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award Number 2018-70027-28588

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