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Agricultural Entrepreneurship and Business Planning Series (Online) (2)

Tuesday, February 27 7:00 am - 9:00 am

Course Details

Part 1: 6 week course offered Tuesdays from 6pm-8:00pm February 20th-March 26th 2024 fully online through Zoom. Students access course syllabus, calendar, and learning modules through password protected website. Course offered with Spanish interpretation.

Part 2: In-person Intensives in Western and Eastern WA located at the Skagit County and Stevens County Extension Offices on April 13th.

Scholarships are available for anyone for whom the course fee is a barrier.

Detalles del curso

Parte 1: Curso de 6 semanas ofrecido los martes de 18:00 a 20:00 del 20 de febrero al 26 de marzo de 2024 totalmente en línea a través de Zoom. Los estudiantes acceden al programa del curso, calendario y módulos de aprendizaje a través de un sitio web protegido con contraseña. El curso se ofrece con interpretación al español.

Parte 2: Intensivos en persona en WA ubicado en las oficinas de Extension en los condados de Skagit y Stevens el 13 de abril.

Hay becas disponibles para veteranos militares y cualquier persona para quien la tarifa del curso sea una barrera.


We’ll cover a broad range of topics and decision-making tools for you to create a successful small farm enterprise! Whether you are just exploring the opportunities available or already have an existing operation, you’ll learn what it takes to create, sustain, and grow a viable small farm or food business.

¡Cubriremos una amplia visión de las opciones de producción y mercadeo paras las pequeñas granjas de hoy! Ya sea que este explorando nuevas oportunidades disponibles o ya tenga una operación existente, aprenderá lo que se necesita para crear, sostener y cultivar una granja pequeña viable.

This course builds on the foundational elements of Cultivating Success™ / Este curso se basa en los elementos fundamentales de Cultivating Success™: 

  • Farmer Mentorship/ Tutoría de agricultores  

  • Community Place-Based/ Basado en el lugar de la comunidad 

  • Whole Systems Thinking/Pensamiento de sistemas completos 

  • Small Farms Focused/ Concentración en pequeñas granjas 

2024 Film Series: The Ants & Grasshopper

Tuesday, February 27 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm

About the film:

Anita Chitaya has a gift; she can help bring abundant food from dead soil, she can make men fight for gender equality, and she can end child hunger in her village. Now, to save her home from extreme weather, she faces her greatest challenge: persuading Americans that climate change is real.

This documentary weaves together the most urgent themes of our times: climate change, gender and racial inequality, the gaps between the rich and the poor, and the ideas that groups around the world have generated in order to save the planet.

When: Tuesday, February 27th from 4:30pm to 7:00pm

Where: Columbia Room at the Vancouver Community Library, 901 C St, Vancouver, WA 98660

Event Schedule:

4:30pm – Doors Open

4:45pm – Pizza

5:15pm – Film Starts

Pizza will be provided through a generous discount from the Piehole Pizzeria including Gluten Friendly/Vegan options. A water station will also be available. Please help us reduce waste by bringing your own water bottle. 

Learn more about the film and watch a trailer here.

Please register here.

This film series was made possible by our partners at Clark County Green Neighbors. Thank you to our partnering sponsor, PeaceHealth.