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Making It Happen: Profitability & Success Workshop

December 7, 2015 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Making It Happen: Profitability and Success is a set of resources, case studies, workshops and webinars designed to help farmers understand and strategically implement a variety of financial management tools in order to increase the financial strength of their operations. 

The workshops and materials provide farmers with applicable and effective financial management tools that can be used to make business decisions. These tools can be easily used by farmers in business operations to improve productivity, reduce costs, increase net farm income and improve overall quality of life.  

The content for this workshop series is sourced from The Carrot Projects “Measuring Profitability and Success” project, which measured business changes and the impact of business assistance and financing on a diverse group of 30 farms.

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Case Studies

Two Farmers Farm
Bella Farm


Anawan Grange Hall
Bay State Road
Rehoboth, MA United States


The Carrot Project

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