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  • Writer's pictureSonya Terry

SC Farmer Resource Rodeo

Please join us for the 2017 SC Farmer Resource Rodeo, and spread the word!  Download the flyer HERE.  Current SC New and Beginning Farmer Program participants receive complimentary admission but must register at (use the SCNBFP 2016-2017 Participant Ticket Option).

SC Farmer Resource Rodeo

Thursday, April 6, 2017


at the

Phillips Market Center, State Farmers Market

3501 Charleston Highway

West Columbia, SC 29172

General Admission:  $20


Attendees will learn about the resources and programs available to provide technical, financial, and educational assistance to SC farmers. More than two dozen agencies and organizations will participate in this roundup of expertise.  Attendees will have an opportunity to chat with representatives and learn about program details and availability. General admission ($20) includes lunch and program materials.  Current SC New and Beginning Farmer Program participants receive complimentary registration.  Reserve your seat today: 

Presenters will include representatives from the following agencies and organizations:

  • USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service

  • USDA-Farm Service Agency

  • USDA-Rural Development

  • US Department of Labor

  • SC Department of Agriculture

  • SC Department of Health and Environmental Control

  • SC Forestry Commission

  • Clemson Livestock Forages Extension

  • Clemson Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program

  • Clemson Organic Certification Program

  • Clemson Food2Market

  • Clemson Agribusiness Extension/SC New and Beginning Farmer Program

  • Greenville Technical College

  • End Child Hunger, SC

  • AgSouth Farm Credit

  • ArborOne Farm Credit

  • SC Farm Bureau

  • Carolina Farm Stewardship Association

  • Lowcountry Local First

  • Midlands Food Alliance

  • Sustainable Midlands

  • SC Association of Conservation Districts

  • SC Forage and Grazing Lands Coalition

  • SC Soil Health Team

  • SC Ag Council

  • Midlands Local Food Collaborative

  • …and more!

This event is made possible by financial sponsorships from ArborOne Farm Credit, AgSouth Farm Credit, and South Carolina Farm Bureau. It is hosted and presented by members of the Midlands Local Food Collaborative and supported by the South Carolina New & Beginning Farmer Program. This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2016-70017-25351. 

This event is an official SC New and Beginning Farmer Program Workshop.


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