Through a partnership between the Cheshire County Conservation District, National Center for Appropriate Technology, and the Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship: six New Hampshire farm businesses have participated as the first cohort of our seven-week business planning course which aims to strengthen and transform farm business through the creation of a business plan.
Through this course, all participants have worked hard to ensure the sustainability of their businesses, and in turn, our local food system!
As all our Business Labs this course concludes in the Pitch event at the Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship.
We hope that you will join us to honor and celebrate this dedicated and talented cohort!
Our celebration will take place at the Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship: 25 Roxbury St, Keene, NH 03431
Celebrate these incredible rural entrepreneurs and their dedication to strengthening their businesses:
Doug Clayton and Aaron Abitz, Fasset Farm Nursery
Rachel Patterson, Headwaters Homestead
Jenna and Tyler Rich, Partners’ Gardens LLC
John Rixey, Tracie’s Community Farm
Anadal Sunaramurthy, Nalla Farm
David and Amanda Wadleigh, Kimball Fruit Farm
This opportunity, sponsored by the New Hampshire Department Of Agriculture and the Markets & Food USDA Specialty Crop Block Grant Program, ensures that these dedicated specialty crop producers build strong and resilient farm businesses that will continue to support and uplift the community into the future!
We kindly ask that all cohort participants invite no more than 2 guests, in an effort to ensure social distancing. We ask that all attendees properly wear a face mask and abide by all social distancing protocol. If you or your guests are experiencing possible Covid-19 symptoms or a positive test, please follow the most up to date CDC guidance and protocol.
If you can not attend in person, please email [email protected] to receive the Zoom link for Livestream.