Tuesday, March 7, 2017

Update from Florida SARE - March 1, 2017

Farmers! We Need Your Ideas About 'Intermediated' and Other Markets

A new study, funded by USDA, and led by Syracuse University, New York University, the Pennsylvania State University, and the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) seeks to examine local and regional agricultural production and intermediated markets. The study will examine the opportunities and risks of four main marketing opportunities for farmers—direct-to-consumer, direct-to-institution, direct-to-retail, and selling to intermediaries (such as distributors or food hubs), who in turn sell the products as local food. We are interested in all farmers' perceptions of these markets, whether currently selling to these markets or not. The survey has several intended benefits for farmers, including the identification of technical assistance and information needs to help scale up farms for marketing to intermediaries. A national outreach and technical assistance program, conducted by NCAT's ATTRA Program (National Sustainable Agriculture Information Service) will be developed based on the results of this research.

Click here for the survey: https://nyu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_81Z2uih9NPHcnTD



February 2017 Issue of the UF/IFAS Entomology and Nematology Newsletter




Small Farm Program Highlights for February 2017

Please see the attached Small Farm Program Highlights for February 2017.



Seminole Pride Markets Success 

History, tradition drive new business model.

For a member of the Seminole Tribe, being a rancher isn't what you do, it's who you are. Read more here: http://ow.ly/4PIj309rR0E.



Strawberry Industry Survey

If you're a strawberry grower, nurseryman, or Extension Educator or advisor to strawberry growers – WE NEED YOUR INPUT! The National Strawberry Sustainability Initiative (NSSI) is leading efforts to identify the critical research and outreach needs of the strawberry industry and to develop a project around these issues through the support of the USDA Specialty Crop Research Initiative. The NSSI is a collaboration among universities, USDA-ARS, strawberry growers and the strawberry industry, across 13 states, with the goal to support and expand sustainable strawberry production.  Please contribute to this national strawberry industry needs assessment by taking this survey. It should take 10-15 minutes and your answers will remain anonymous.  The survey can be accessed here directly, or through a link on our NSSI website, http://strawberry.uark.edu. For questions about the project or the survey, please contact Heather Friedrich at heatherf@uark.edu or 479-575-2798






SARE's Revised How to Conduct Research on Your Farm or Ranch Now Available

On-farm research revealed that the extra space and light made no difference in the amount of forage produced. Although research is challenging and time consuming, it helped Cope refine his ideas about cover crop management. Now, SARE's newly revised How to Conduct Research on Your Farm or Ranch is available to help more experimenting farmers like Cope succeed.



Cover Crops Reduce Pests/Improve Yields
Preliminary research from University of Florida has found that incorporating root-knot nematode-resistant cover crops in a perennial peanut rotation reduces pest numbers in the cash crop and improves yields.



Essential Oils Reduce Fruit Decay

University of Florida researchers, through a Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education grant, have found a natural method of reducing post-harvest citrus fruit decay.



On-Farm Research Bulletin Updated

This 32-page bulletin outlines how to conduct research at the farm level, offering practical tips for both crop and livestock producers, as well as a comprehensive list of more in-depth resources.



Grants Opening Soon

Southern SARE Grant Calls for Proposals for Research & Education and Professional Development Program grant programs will be opening in March. Visit http://www.southernsare.org to download the Calls.






USDA Offers Resources Conservation Partnership Program Application Webinars

March 22 and April 5, 2017 from 2-3:30PM EST

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service is hosting a webinar for potential applicants to the Regional Conservation Partnership Program to assist them with their pre-proposals. The NRCS will offer this webinar on March 22 and April 5 from 2:00 – 3:30 PM Eastern Time. Visit the RCPP website to learn more about the webinar and RSVP for a specific date.



Resources for Research and Outreach on Structural Racism in the U.S. Food System

The recording (along with slides) for the webinar, "Resources for research and outreach on structural racism in the U.S. food system: Insights from the 4th edition of MSU Center for Regional Food Systems' Annotated Bibliography" is available here: https://learn.extension.org/events/3006.



Resources & Research



Chemically Speaking – Winter Edition

The winter edition of Chemically Speaking is attached for your viewing.



Managing for Quail on your Forest




2016 Food Policy Council Survey Results

Currently, there are 324 active councils across the US and Canada, that we know of. We finally have a summary report of the results of the survey to share with you - 2016 Food Policy Council Report (2017).  The 2016 Food Policy Council report provides an overview of the state of food policy councils in Canada and the US with helpful charts and narrative.  This year's report also includes brief highlights from Rhode Island Food Policy Council, Florida Food Policy Council, All Things Food Community Food Network, Del Norte County and Adjacent Tribal Lands Community Food Council and Lehigh Valley Food Policy Council.



Conferences & Workshops



So You Want to be A Farmer? Workshop Series

First Tuesday of each month, February through May, from 7 - 8:30 PM EST

February 7, 2017 in Quincy, FL

March 7, 2017 in DeFuniak Springs, FL

April 4, 2017 in Marianna, FL

May 2, 2017 in Quincy, FL

Cost is $10 per session.

A workshop series for new and beginning farmers across the panhandle.  Register online at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/so-you-want-to-be-a-farmer-tickets-30520387300.

For more information, contact Evan Anderson at eanderson350@ufl.edu. See attached flyer, So you want to be a farmer flyer.pdf, for more information.



Business Retention and Expansion IST Training #31366

March 8-10, 2017 in Apopka, FL

Visit http://pdec.ifas.ufl.edu to register – up to 12 Crop Advisor Professional Development CEUs will be offered.
The Florida Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (UF/IFAS and FAMU) is partnering with Ohio State University Extension to provide a 2.5 day training on community-led BR&E programs. The BR&E program is designed to assist communities by improving the business climate of the community, helping to make local businesses remain competitive, increasing employment, and stabilizing the local economy. The program provides the resources, training, and tools to develop the capacity of the community to better understand its economy. The program also offers other outcomes of such community engagement including a streamlined BRE process that enables local leaders to focus on planning, action, and results; a database of local information; and a more robust local economy.


This training program will help build capacity among county Extension faculty to respond to agriculture and food related business needs in their communities. This program will encourage country faculty of multiple disciplines to interact with agriculture and food related businesses in their counties and with other county faculty addressing sustainable agriculture in their programming. Participants of this training will be able to:

1.     Develop and implement a strategy to build a database of information that identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the local economy specifically related to agriculture and food related businesses

2.     Implement data-driven strategies and provide more informed guidance to community and economic development decision-makers that will lead to the retention and expansion of existing agriculture and food related businesses


Our overall approach to meeting these objectives involves utilizing existing resources developed by The Ohio State University (OSU). Two faculty members from OSU will facilitate this training program. They will provide all materials and resources county faculty need to implement the BRE program in their county, including valid instruments for collected data on food and agriculture related businesses. The training will consist of three workshops. Each section of the workshop prepares the county faculty in a different phase of the overall BRE process: "Coordinator Workshop", "Task Force Workshop", and the "Data Analysis and Reporting Strategies Workshop". We will also be conducting practice business visits which will allow county faculty to conduct a business assessment at a food or agriculture related business.



Free Feral Swine Workshop

March 9, 2017 in Marianna, FL

Please see the attached flyer for more information. Due to limited space and headcount for the supper, RSVP is highly encouraged.



2017 Bee College
March 10-11, 2017 in Marineland, FL
More information and registration here.



"Starting a Successful Hydroponic Business" Two-Day Short Courses

March 13-14 or March 17-18, 2017 in Live Oak, FL

Register at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/starting-a-successful-hydroponic-business-registration-28233604471. This program will feature demonstration and hands-on activities inside three greenhouses, a shade house, and an outdoor production area at the facility for two days and will also provide an optional grower tour on March 14 or March 18 for each class. The topics to be covered include: planning the business and developing a marketing strategy, growing transplants, selecting hydroponic systems, soilless media choices, irrigation, and fertilizer, managing pests, and the production of several crops from microgreens to herbs to cut flowers to tomatoes.



NRCS Regional Conservation Partnership Program Workshop

March 15, 2017 in Kissimmee, FL

Learn how to apply for financial assistance for landscape-scale conservation through the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) March 15, 9:30 a.m-12 noon. Who: Partners--businesses, universities, non-profits and local and tribal governments. Location: Osceola Co. IFAS/Extension Services Bldg. 1921 Kissimmee Valley Ln., Kissimmee, FL 34744. Contact: Walter Albarran at 941-729-6804 X112 for information.



Evaluating Economic Impacts of Local and Regional Food Systems IST

March 20-21, 2017 in Apopka, FL

Purpose and Objectives: to train UF-IFAS extension agents and allied professionals in understanding and conducting economic assessments of local food systems. The training will follow the Economics of Local Food Systems Toolkit developed by a consortium of economists under a grant from the USDA-Agricultural Marketing Service. For further information, see the project report and training materials developed at: https://www.ams.usda.gov/publications/content/economics-local-food-systems-toolkit-guide-community-discussions-assessments.

Please see attached flyer, Announcement for local food..., for more information.



National AgrAbility Conference

March 20-23, 2017 in Knoxville, TN

Find more information here: National AgrAbility Conference.



Quail Management Workshop

March 21, 2017 in DeFuniak Springs, FL

Tour Piney Woods Plantation and learn about quail habitat from wildlife biologists, how to help Southeastern American Kestrels, use prescribed burns and available cost share assistance March 21, 9 am-1 pm. Free workshop includes lunch, preregister by March 17 to Billie Clayton at 850-767-3634.  LOCATION: From DeFuniak Springs, travel north on Hwy. 331 approximately 12.2 miles and turn east on Hwy 2A about 2.6 miles to Gus Andrews Road on the left side of the road. Presented by Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission,  USDA's Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS), Florida Forest Service. Lunch provided by Farm Credit of Northwest Florida. For more information contact Jason Hayford, 850-892-3712 x3.



SWFREC Open House

March 29, 2017 in Immokalee, FL

10AM-3PM with lunch from 11AM-1PM

Enjoy casual guided tours of laboratories and farm facilities and experience educational science demonstrations.  RSVP by phone at 239-658-3400 or email to jderleth@ufl.edu.



Brassica carinata Summit

March 29-31, 2017 in Quincy, FL

Updates on carinata markets, technical sessions, carinata production and management, research plot tours and demos, and a commercial production site visit. Contact: Sheeja George at sheejageorge@ufl.edu or 850-284-1334; Jeff Klingenberg@agrisoma.com or 229-386-1334; or Christine Bliss at cbliss@agrisoma.com or 850-559-7118.



Undoing Racism Workshop

April 1-2, 2017 in Brooklyn, NY

The People's Institute for Survival and Beyond is leading an Undoing Racism workshop on April 1 and 2 in Crown Heights Brooklyn. This sounds like it will be extremely relevant to NAFSN's work and commitment to racial equity. Application Form.



Agricultural Trade Mission to Egypt

April 2-6, 2017 in Cairo, Egypt

The registration deadline has been extended for USDA's Agricultural Trade Mission to Cairo, Egypt, April 2-6, 2017. All applications must be received by March 6, 2017. The mission will not only focus on Egypt, but will feature Algeria, Jordan, and Lebanon as well. Participants will connect with potential customers and learn first-hand about the local market conditions and business environments, positioning themselves to enter or expand their presence in these key markets.

Please click here for application instructions and more information.



Local Food Impact Conference

April 3-4, 2017 in Washington, DC

See link, Local Food Impact Conference, for more information.



Best Practices at Farmers' Markets – Improving Food Safety and Market Growth

April 10, 2017 in Ocala, FL

This workshop is intended to provide the farmers' market managers and vendors with information on current food safety issues associated with farmers' markets, best food safety practices at both farms and markets, and state regulatory requirements for cottage food products and farmers' markets. In addition, this workshop provide information on farmers' market consumer trends and strategic planning for marketing. The target audience is Florida farmers' market managers, vendors, and any farmers and cottage food operators who are interested in selling their food at farmers' markets. If registered by Mar 31st, the registration fee for the course is $40. From Apr 1st, the fee will be $50. Registration includes course materials, lunch, coffee breaks and certificate of training completion. Please register early, as course size will be limited to the first 40 registrants due to the room capacity. Find more information here: Attend Event



VIII International Scientific Seminar of Plant Health

April 10-14, 2017 in Havana, Cuba

For more information, please see the attached pdf, VIII International Seminar.

If you are interested in attending please note that the due date to submit abstracts is December 20, 2016.



2017 Greater Everglades Ecosystem Restoration

April 17-21, 2017 in Coral Springs, FL

Find more information here: http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/GEER2017/.



Conservation and Conversation Dinner

April 21, 2017 in Orlando, FL

9 am-3 pm, UF/IFAS Marion County Extension Auditorium, 2232 NE Jacksonville Rd; Ocala, FL 34470. Learn about identifying and controlling cogongrass, Japanese climbing fern, Old World climbing fern, Chinese tallowtree and exotic animals, such as feral hogs. Earn pesticide applicator CEUs and forestry CFEs and connect with partnership and assistance opportunities! Cost is $10 per person, lunch and materials included. Register at https://fsp-workshop042117.eventbrite.com/ or call Marion County Extension at (352) 671-8400 to reserve a space. Presented by the Big Scrub Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area, Florida Forest Stewardship Program and USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service.



Invasive Exotic Species and Control Workshop

April 21, 2017 in Ocala, FL

Join us for this opportunity to support the Florida-Friendly Landscaping Program and converse with UF/IFAS Extension leadership. For more information, please contact Dr. Esen Momol at eam@ufl.edu.



The Future of Food and Challenges for Agriculture in the 21st Century

April 24-26, 2017 in Europa Congress Palace, Vitoria Gasteiz, Álava, Basque Country, Europe

Find more information here: The Future of Food and Challenges for Agriculture in the 21st Century.



Extension Risk Management Education National Conference

April 27 – 28, 2017 in Cincinnati, OH

The goal of this conference is to broaden risk management education programming for agricultural producers, to encourage new programming efforts, and to strengthen existing programs. Please go to the conference page on the ERME website: http://www.extensionrme.org/conferences/2017.



Introductory Training in GIS - Applications for Natural Resource Management

May 1-4, 2017 in Gainesville, FL

Please see Announcement_UF_May2017.pdf for more information

Register now for this hands-on, 3.5-day workshop that will introduce you to basic GIS knowledge and skills for real world applications! For more information or to register visit: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gis-workshop-may-1st-4th-2017-tickets-30519044283



Managing Visitors and Volunteers in Natural Areas

May 3-4, 2017 in Keystone Heights, FL

This workshop provides guidance on how to integrate visitors and volunteers into natural areas management; Participants will:

  • Learn to effectively and appropriately plan recreation opportunities (trails, facilities, etc.) for visitor use
  • Create effective and informative interpretation for visitors
  • Develop an understanding of benefits and challenges of managing a volunteer program
  • Learn about the types of trainings and legal issues required for a volunteer program
  • Learn how to recruit volunteers and the important elements of volunteer job descriptions
  • Apply knowledge of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines to develop new facilities and evaluate existing ones

Presented in a hybrid format (both the online and in-person trainings are required)

In-person Training: Two day in-person training on May 3 & 4, 2017 at Gold Head Branch State Park in Keystone Heights, FL (email coordinator for detailed agenda).

Pre-coursework Online:  Approximately 8 hours, to be completed at your own pace between April 3 - 28, 2017.

Registration Fee: $275 (includes lunches, coffee, snacks; does not include lodging)

Note: Group registration rates may be available for one employer registering >2 participants — please contact the workshop coordinator for details

For more information and to register for this workshop, go HERE

To learn more about the Natural Areas Training Academy, go to our website

For more information, contact:

Shelly Johnson, Workshop Coordinator

Natural Areas Training Academy

(850) 875-7153





American Planning Association/APA's Food Interest Group

May 6-9, 2017 in NYC, NY

Find more information here: American Planning Association/APA's Food Interest Group.



Aquatic Weed Control Short Course

May 8-11, 2017 in Coral Springs, FL

Find more information here: http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/aw/.



Managing for Diversity Across Florida's Unique Landscape

May 18, 2017 in Gainesville, FL

This workshop builds understanding of management and restoration approaches for conserving biodiversity; Participants will:

  • Develop a monitoring plan that assesses trends in biodiversity over time
  • Learn about the role of restoration in maintaining biodiversity over the long term
  • Compare ways to control invasive and non-native plant/animal species that threaten Florida's biodiversity
  • Learn how to prioritize which invasive species are most deserving of early treatment
  • Identify factors responsible for Florida's high biodiversity
  • Discover sources of information on biodiversity in Florida
  • Understand threats to biodiversity and strategies that can be used to abate these threats
  • Become aware of biodiversity protection laws and how environmental laws are enforced

Presented in a hybrid format (both the online and in-person trainings are required)

In-person Training: One day in-person training on May 18, 2017 at Morningside Nature Center in Gainesville FL

Pre-coursework Online: Approximately 16 hours, to be completed at your own pace between April 3 - May 12, 2017.

Registration Fee: $225 (includes lunch, coffee, snacks; does not include lodging)

Note: Group registration rates may be available for one employer registering >2 participants — please contact the workshop coordinator for details

For more information and to register for this workshop, go HERE

To learn more about the Natural Areas Training Academy, go to our website

For more information, contact:

Shelly Johnson, Workshop Coordinator

Natural Areas Training Academy

(850) 875-7153





2017 National Farm Viability Conference

May 22-24, 2017 in Albany, NY

The Hudson Valley AgriBusiness Development Corporation (HVADC)Vermont Farm and Forest Viability Program (VFFVP) and GrowNYC are pleased to announce that American Farmland Trust (AFT) has joined them as the host committee for the National Farm Viability Conference.  The National Farm Viability Conference will be held May 22-24 at the Albany Capital Center. The National Farm Viability Conference is geared towards professionals in the fields of farm and food business planning, financial planning, agricultural financing, farmland conservation, agricultural market development, and food hub management. It will offer attendees the opportunity to network and learn from industry leaders and other professionals in their fields, develop new knowledge and skills and will also include tours of nearby farms and value-added processing facilities. The host committee is collaborating to draw supporters of agriculture and agribusiness from around the country for this third annual national educational event. Click Here for Call for Proposals.



Canadian Association for Food Studies

May 27-June 2, 2017 in Toronto, Ontario

Find more information here: Canadian Association for Food Studies.



National Association of Community Development Professionals & Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals Joint Annual Conference

June 11-14, 2017 in Big Sky, Montana

Find more information here: https://nacdep.memberclicks.net/2017-cds-nacdep-conference.



Changing Lands, Changing Hands

June 13-15, 2017 in Denver, CO

A National Conference on Farm and Ranch Access, Tenure and Transfer

This conference will bring together service providers, policymakers and advocates working on land access, farm succession, conservation, beginning farmers, tenure arrangements, and farm landowners to explore the issues surrounding land access, tenure and transfer. Topics include tenure innovations, farmers without successors, affordability, special populations, public policy, equity challenges, and more. This event is hosted by Land For Good, in cooperation with the US Department of Agriculture. Learn more.
Early Bird Registration opens February 1, 2017



AFHVS/ASFS Annual Meeting and Conference

June 14-17, 2017 in Los Angeles, CA

Occidental College is pleased to host the Joint 2017 Annual Meetings and Conference of the Agriculture, Food, and Human Values Society (AFHVS) and the Association for the Study of Food and Society (ASFS). The conference theme, "Migrating Food Cultures: Engaging Pacific Perspectives on Food and Agriculture," invites us to reflect on and engage with the entirety of the Pacific region. The conference setting of Los Angeles, California, is a dynamic, diverse, and multiethnic global city that serves as a gateway, destination, and waypoint. Much of the food itself in California is produced in part by migrating workers and immigrants; indeed, the food scene in Los Angeles is the result of migrating food cultures. We use our conference's location to invite participants to imagine and explore how the agricultural and food worlds throughout the Pacific mesh with environmental, social, cultural, historical, and material resources. We likewise invite participants to examine the roles of people, place, innovation, food production, and consumption, with attention to how these roles reflect and reinforce the social, economic, and cultural food landscapes of the Pacific. Learn more here: http://oxyfoodconference.org/.



34th Southern Forest Tree Improvement Conference

June 19-22, 2017 in Melbourne, FL

Applying genetics and genomics to accelerate breeding, enhance genetic gain, and improve adaptation.

Find more information here: http://www.conference.ifas.ufl.edu/SFTIC2017/.



Soil Microbiology Short Course: Applications and Analyses of Mycorrhizal Associations

July 10-12, 2017 in Gainesville, FL

Register here: http://conference.ifas.ufl.edu/soils/micro/#registration.



Caribbean Food Crops Society 53rd Annual Meeting

July 16-22, 2017 in Puerto Rico

Please see the attached flyer, CFCS_1, for more information.

This is the second call for submission of presentations (oral, poster, and short movie). The deadline is extended to March 31, 2017. Please visit our website http://cfcs.eea.uprm.edu/ for further information.



Rural Sociological Society

July 27-30, 2017 in Columbus, OH

Find more information here: http://www.ruralsociology.org/index.php?option=com_jevents&task=icalrepeat.detail&evid=2&Itemid=1&year=2017&month=07&day=27&title=2017-annual-meeting&uid=228a2ec7445c534814747f4d31b551bd.



National Closing the Hunger Gap

September 11-13, 2017 in Tacoma, WA

Find more information here: https://thehungergap.org/2017-conference/.



2017 International Food Studies Conference

October 26-27, 2017 in Rome, Italy

Find more information here: http://food-studies.com/2017-conference.



Sustainable Food Planning Conference

November 7-8, 2017 in Coventry, England

Find more information here: Sustainable Food Planning Conference.



Community Food Systems Conference

December 5-7, 2017 in Boston, MA

Seeking proposals for workshop sessions at our Community Food Systems Conference from leaders in food security, social justice, and sustainable agriculture. We will be accepting proposals until April 3, 2017 at 11:59pm. Find more information here: http://nesfp.org/community-food-systems-conference-2017.



Funding Opportunities



USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

Deadline: April 21, 2017

USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service is now accepting proposals for Fiscal Year 2018 Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) funding. Pre-proposals are due April 21. Conservation partners, including private industry, non-government organizations, Indian tribes, state and local governments, water districts, and universities are invited to submit project applications that improve the nation's water quality, combat drought, enhance soil health, support wildlife habitat and protect agricultural viability.  Applicants must match or exceed the federal award with private or local funds. For more information on applying, visit the RCPP website.



National Black Farmers Association Scholarships

Deadline: April 28, 2017

Scholarship Program With the National Black Farmers Association Supports African American Farmers

The National Black Farmers Association Scholarship Program is now accepting applications for the 2017-18 academic year. In its third year, the NBFA Scholarship Program will award scholarships of up to $5,000 to African-American farmers or dependents of African-American farmers who plan to enroll or are enrolled in agriculture-related study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school.



SSARE Graduate Students Grants

Deadline: May 5, 2017 at 5PM EST

The Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program has released the 2017 Call for Proposals for Graduate Student Grants. Graduate Student Grants are one of the few sustainable agriculture research funding opportunities open to PhD and Master's students at accredited institutions in the Southern region.

Proposal submission deadline is May 5, 2017 at 5 p.m. EST.  Download the Call for Proposals on the Southern SARE website and carefully read the proposal application instructions. All of the guidelines, program goals, review criteria, and the submission process to apply for a Southern SARE Graduate Student Grant can be found within the Call for Proposals.



Grant Station Insider

Deadlines: vary by grant

Visit this website for a complete list of national, regional, and federal funding opportunities, partner depot opportunities, online training opportunities, and other announcements.



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Kaylene Sattanno

Program Assistant

Florida SARE Program

Center for Sustainable and Organic Food Systems

3025 McCarty Hall D, PO Box 110310, Gainesville, FL 32611

Ph: 352-273-3530; Fax: 352-392-8196




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