The Business of Indian Agriculture & Business Planning Development Training Workshop
April 7-9, 2020
Do you run a ranching or farming operation in your community and want to move it forward? Are you looking to build a sustainable tribal ranching or farming enterprise? Do you desire to increase your business knowledge and fundamentals of running and maintaining a successful agricultural business? Have you started to create a business plan and would like a team of professionals to help you finalize it? Or have you been interested in taking that first step in developing a business plan for your agribusiness?
If so, First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) has a 2-1/2-day, producer-focused Business of Indian Agriculture training and a Business Planning Development training just for you. These trainings will be held in Albuquerque, NM. Participants will receive copies of First Nations’ The Business of Indian Agriculture curriculum and Business Planning Development workbook.
Day 1 & 2: The Business of Indian Agriculture producer-focused training is designed to help farmers and ranchers succeed in managing their businesses. It covers useful topics like how to develop a business plan, how to set up bookkeeping systems, agribusiness economics and marketing, and land use and management. It also covers important topics like risk management, personal financial management, and using credit wisely. The two-day training offers attendees the opportunity to expand their understanding and knowledge of agriculture business and the opportunity to network with other producers.
Day 3: The third day of training will provide business planning development assistance through a half-day workshop providing a hands-on, interactive experience with a team of professionals who will assist participants in developing a draft business plan, a whole farm/ranch goal, as well as both financial and marketing plans.
To apply for a scholarship, go here: www.surveymonkey.com/r/BOIAABQ
To register, go here: http://www.cvent.com/d/0nq15j/4W
To reserve your hotel room at the Hotel Andaluz, call the hotel at (505) 242-9090 and ask to be added to the First Nations Development Institute room block.