A modern business planning program designed especially for broadacre farmers managing climate and market variability.
CREATE THE FARM BUSINESS YOU WANT . . .
At the end of the 6-month program, you will have created an 8-year business plan that will assist you in managing variable farm production (and its impact on your finances and landscape); and give you tips on how to balance lifestyle and farming.
The program will be open to 10 farm, fishery and forestry businesses. All members of the farm business are encouraged to attend. A priority will be given to businesses be based in the Upper South East.
The 6-month businss planning program consists of -
Workshop 1 One-day workshop Thursday 19th September 2019 Keith
Webinar 1 Farmer case-study October 2019
Webinar 2 Farmer case-study February 2020
Workshop 2 One-day workshop April 2020 TBA
Business coaching On-going
An 8-year planning template will be provided to each of the participating businesses electronically and a hard-copy in workshop 1. Participants will be encouraged to bring their computer to access the decision making tools, and to up-load the planning template.
A manual will also be provided with technical reference information.
Technical support for the workshops has been provided by the SARDI Climate Application Science Program.
We promise that the program will be hands on, with lots of practical activities, and presented by facilitator Danielle England. Danielle has over 20 years of business and industry planning experience, and brings to your business a good understanding of farming in the Upper South East, future trends in agricultural production and new markets, and generally lots of enthusiasm!
The program is supported through funding from the Australian Government's National Landcare Program.
To submit your application to participate in the program, CLICK HERE.
APPLICATIONS CLOSE, 5.00pm Monday 9th September 2019
(applications submitted online via google form - for a word version contact Danielle)
For more information, contact Danielle England on 0429 676077 or firstname.lastname@example.org