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Monday, February 14, 2022

Last Call! Sign Up for Discovering Resilience Today!

Hi Folks,

On the farm, you are constantly adapting to the ever-changing environment. Snow? Drought? Fire? Risk analysis is just part of what you do. But even the savviest farmer and rancher sometimes need support. This Spring, are you planning to hire interns? Maybe you want to learn how to write an effective lease or determine whether an LLC is right for you.

Here at Farm Commons, we have your back and will help you develop your own customized legal action plan.
Tomorrow, February 15, 2022, join your peers for our popular, interactive, legal workshop
Discovering Resilience, a five-week farmer and rancher-focused workshop that is framed around the 10 best legal practices you need to build legal resilience on your farm or ranch. You will get access to:

  • Video instruction on key legal concepts
  • Interactive, meaningful activities
  • Your customized legal action plan
  • Effective communication tools
  • Engaging weekly live meetings facilitated by legal educators
  • A virtual commons space for farmer-to-farmer sharing

Each session will meet once a week for a 2-hour live meeting led by Farm Commons' staff focused on legal resiliency practice, peer engagement, and questions. You will walk away from this workshop ready to implement your own legal action plan, as well as have continued support from your peers in a virtual commons space where referrals, strategies, questions, ideas, and more are shared!


Interested? There is only one more day to register and spots are going quickly so be sure to sign up today. BIPOC Scholarships are available.

We can't wait to meet you.

Thanks, Rachel
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