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- 2011-2012 Univ of Ill Small Farm Webinars
- 2012-2013 Univ of Ill Small Farm Webinars
- 2013-2014 Univ of Ill Small Farm Webinars
- 2014 - 2015 Univ of Ill Small Farm webinars
- 2015 - 2016 Univ of Ill Small Farm Webinars
- 2016 - 2017 Univ of Ill Small Farm Webinars
- Community Gardens
- Cover Crops
- Drought Information
- Farm To School Resources
- Farmers Market Information
- Food Preservation
- For KIDS!
- Fruit Production
This is where lots of great information is stored that did not fit in other categories!
- High Tunnels
- Legal Issues for Farmers
- Marketing and Economics
- Michigan State University Extension Beginning Farmer Webinar Series
- Sheep and Goat
- Soil Health
- Spray Guides and Handbooks
- Tomato Production
- Vegetable Production
Extension Educator, Local Food Systems and Small Farms
University of Illinois Extension
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
Local Food Systems and Small Farms
- Farm Food Safety
Great resources from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach
- Food Safety Liability and Regulations for the Farmer WEBINAR
We’ve been hearing all about the upcoming regulations under the Food Safety Modernization Act. But, as important as it is, farm liability for food safety goes beyond this new law. Learn all the latest on how farms can comply with the FSMA as it goes into effect and how they can protect their operations from liability in general. Farm Commons webinar.
- Food Safety Modernization Act - FSMA Facts
Learn more about the Proposed Produce Safety Rule(s). Resource information for produce growers.
- GAP Audit Cost-share Application
University of Illinois Extension and the Illinois Department of Agriculture through an Illinois Speciality Crops Grant are offering a GAPs Audit Cost-Sharing program for third party audits. All Illinois fruit and vegetable producers who sell into the market are eligible.
- Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) Resources
- Guide to Minimize Microbial food Safety Hazards of Fresh-cut Fruits and Vegetables
- National Good Agricultural Practices Program
Cornell University. The goal of the National GAPs Program is to reduce microbial risks in fruits and vegetables by developing a comprehensive extension and education program for growers and packers