2018-19 Field School Winter Business Intensive Registration

The Field School is a Beginning Farmer Training Program for farmers in Northeast TN and Southwest VA. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive overview of farm options for new and beginning farmers interested in starting or expanding small and mid-scale operations in the region.

New this year, we are splitting the Field School into two programs: the Winter Business Intensive and the Summer Field School. The WBI will consist of 9 classes on business planning, finances, and marketing, with the intent that students complete a comprehensive business plan by the end of the course. You can read a detailed description about the Field School and the calendar of workshops available at our website: www.arcd.org/field-school.

We have limited spots available and you will need to send payment in order to confirm your application. The fee for the Winter Business Intensive is $125.

Send checks payable to "Appalachian RC&D Council" to:

Appalachian RC&D Council
3211 N Roan St
Johnson City, TN 37601

Please call 423-979-2581 or email alexis@arcd.org for more information.

We look forward to exploring farming options in East TN with you this year!

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We also have a 200 hour summer Mentorship Program which pairs beginning farmers with experienced mentors. Would like more information about this program?
How did you hear about the Field School? *
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Please choose the option that best describes your situation: *
The USDA defines a "beginning farmer" as someone who either (a) has never operated a farm or ranch before, or (b) has operated a farm or ranch for less than 10 consecutive years. The USDA defines a "farm" as any place from which $1,000 or more of agricultural products were produced and sold, or normally would have been sold, during the year.
What prior experience have you had working on farms, market gardening, or otherwise raising goods for market? *
Please include farm names, location, acreage, growing practices and other relevant details.
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Do you already have access to land for your farming or market gardening enterprise? If so, please describe: *
Things like size, location, soils or other features.
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If you do not currently have land, are you actively searching?
If you are currently farming, what products are you raising for market and who do you sell them to?
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What are your farming goals for the future? *
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How do you think the Field School Winter Business Intensive will help you meet these goals? *
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