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Demystifying USDA Programs

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Date August 28, 2018   -   August 29, 2018
Time 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Location Montgomery, Alabama
Registration Required No

Join us to hear about free programs, resources and services offered for producers. Learn how to write a successful grant proposal, identify what food safety certifications exist and what they mean for producers. Get to know what the 5 C's of credit are and how FSA uses them in our loan making decisions, gain knowledge on the NRCS EQIP ranking process and
much more.

Are you a new/beginning farmer or even a seasoned farmer that seems lost in the USDA process? Do you want to learn more about the eligibility requirements to participate in USDA programs? Are you unsure of all the agriculture resources that are available to you, including producer grant opportunities, financial assistance and loans? If you answered yes, to any of these questions, then this workshop will help you understand all the above and provide much
more. Farm Service Agency (FSA) and other USDA and government partners will be hosting a two-day workshop to demystify the process of working with government agencies and answer any questions you may have.

The workshop is free and open to all producers or potential producers.

Each event will cover the same information, so feel free to register for the event closest to you. To ensure we have a good head count for refreshments, please register with Cassondra Searight at 334-279-3502 or

Persons with disabilities who require accommodations to attend or participate in this workshop should contact Cassondra Searight at 334-279-3501, or by email at, or Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339,at least five days before the event you are registering for occurs.

Location | Sterling Centre’

Alabama FSA State Office

4121 Carmichael Road

2nd Floor Training Room 202

Montgomery, AL 36117

For more information, please contact: Cassondra Searight, (334)279-3501