Classes & Workshops

 

Access to Capital for New & Beginning Farmers and Food Businesses Jan 24 2017
8:45am
3:45pm

Farm businesses need access to capital whether it’s a new business start-up, a business expansion, purchasing land or new equipment, or building inventories to support a market expansion. All Beginning Farmers and Food Businesses are invited.

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Business Enterprise Feasibility Jan 31 2017
8:45am
4:00pm

You believe you have a great concept for a new business or business expansion, and know you have the passion to make it happen. What are the best steps to take to minimize financial risk and increase the potential for success?

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Getting Your Products Into The Market Feb 7 2017
8:45am
3:00pm

You’re planning a new business or launching a new product. Who will you sell your product to and how do you establish those new relationships? And how will you get your products to your new customers?

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Write Your Business Plan Feb 14 2017
8:45am
4:00pm

This workshop, presented by NABC staff with years of business planning experience, will take you step-by-step through all of the components of the business plan.

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Cider & Perry Orcharding February 16, 2017 Feb 16 2017
8:45am
4:00pm

Back by popular demand, NABC offers a workshop tailor-made for the orchardist wanting to grow cider and perry fruit in marine climates. Featuring Gary Moulton, local Pomologist and Orchardist.

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Product Development for Value-Added Food Feb 28 2017
8:45am
4:00pm

The workshop will provide the region’s small scale prepared food producers with up-to-date information and technical knowledge of the food product development process for the specialty food industry and how to bring such products to market.

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OSU's Cider & Perry Production Mar 27 2017 8:00am
Mar 31 2017 5:00pm

Hosted by Oregon State University (Corvallis, OR). Taught by an OSU Fermentation Science expert,this course will introduce you to the fundamentals of cider making as well as the various styles of cider and the history and traditions behind the modern cider industry.

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