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To register and learn more, please visit or contact UC Small Farm Program Agritourism Coordinator Penny Leff, 530-752-7779 or [email protected]
USDA recently announced the availability of a streamlined version of USDA guaranteed loans, which are tailored for smaller scale farms and urban producers.
The University of California Cooperative Extension in San Diego County in collaboration with the California Farm Labor Contractor Association, Zenith Insurance and Wilson Creek Winery and Vineyards invite to join us for the “Challenges and Strategies in Agricultural Labor Management” Seminar and the “Management and Supervision of Personnel for Agricultural Operations” Workshop (in Spanish) at Wilson Creek Winery and Vineyards in Temecula, CA on February 1-2, 2017. learn more & register here The University of California Small Farm Program and UC Cooperative Extension advisors in four California regions are working with local partners to organize Regional Agritourism Summits for everyone involved in California agritourism.
The Summits will be occasions for farmers, ranchers, county planners, the tourism community and others involved to share, learn, and plan together.
Regional Agritourism Summits 2017 Agritourism operators, tourism professionals, county, city and state staff and officials, community organizations, agricultural organizations, tour organizers and all others who are connected to California agritourism are invited to join the conversations.
Summits will be held in Davis, Petaluma, Modesto and Riverside.
A common ploy of investment scammers is to encourage a mark to use money concealed from tax authorities.
The mark cannot go to the authorities without revealing that he has committed tax fraud.
Get-rich-quick schemes are extremely varied; these include fake franchises, real estate "sure things", get-rich-quick books, wealth-building seminars, self-help gurus, sure-fire inventions, useless products, chain letters, fortune tellers, quack doctors, miracle pharmaceuticals, foreign exchange fraud, Nigerian money scams, and charms and talismans.