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Wednesday, February 23, 2022

Last chance for Guiding Resilience: Improve your ability to reduce legal stress for farmers!

Hi Folks,

As agricultural professionals, you help producers manage risk all the time. And with the converging crises of the COVID-19 pandemic, unpredictable environmental hurdles, devastating economic hardships, and ever-changing ag legislation, you know that even the savviest and most innovative ag-service provider sometimes needs support. After all:

·       94% of agricultural educators say that they're asked legal questions on a regular basis

·       3 out of 4 say it happens about once a week.

Here at Farm Commonswe have your back and are committed to helping you build your legal competence and confidence.

Next week, learn how to help your producers avoid legal stress, and join us on MondayFebruary 28, 2022, for Guiding Resilience – a five-week, highly-interactive, in-depth legal workshop designed specifically for you as an agricultural educator and service provider.

Guiding Resilience will teach you the 10 best legal practices that you can share with producers without overstepping due bounds, and you will be able to network with your fellow service providers and educators and keep each other on track.

Interested?! This workshop is FREE for our Institutional Members. Not a member yet? Sign-up here today! BIPOC Scholarships are available. And don't forget: with membership, you'll also get access to our library of resources, get answers to your individual questions on our Commons, and receive discounts on membership for the producers you work with, in addition to free workshops. Right after you join, c'mon back to sign up for Guiding Resilience. Limited spots are available and we know they will go fast.

(We know membership expenses are prohibited by some employers. If that is a barrier, contact us- we have solutions.)



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