Online Course: BF 103: Taking Care of Business – Understanding the Business, Tax, and Regulatory Implications of Your Farm is a 6-week online course designed to help orient new farmers to these topics.
The course runs Mon. Mar 10 – Apr 14, 2014 with webinars once weekly on Mon. evenings from 7-8:30pm EST, and independent reading, assignments, and online discussions with fellow students and instructors between webinars. The cost is $200, and multiple people from the same farm may participate without paying extra.
See http://nebeginningfarmers.org/online-courses/all-courses/bf-103-business-side-of-farming for a course outline and more details.
BF 103: Taking Care of Business – Understanding the Business, Tax, and Regulatory Implications of Your Farm is part of the line-up of 12 online courses offered in the Fall, Winter and Spring by the Cornell Small Farms Program. Because we’re at the end of the online course season, there are currently no other courses open for registration.
Registration for all courses opens again in August 2014!
To learn more about each course, please visit http://nebeginningfarmers.org/online-courses. From this site you can learn more about our instructors, see answers to Frequently Asked Questions, read details for each course, and view the calendar of course offerings.
Courses often fill very quickly, so don’t miss your chance to sign up today!