If you are considering purchasing a Central Virginia small farm as a business or are considering a new commercial venture for your existing Charlottesville farm, you may be interested in a forum where you can receive some advice and information to aid in your decision. Many people who own small horse farms in Albemarle County are looking for an additional source of revenue, to help support their "horse habit". Exploring the Small Farm Dream – Is Starting an Agricultural Business Right For YOU is a four session seminar designed to help you review your dreams of a small farm business and to help you determine the steps that you need to take to make it happen.
The format will include exercises, discussion and interviews with experts. The sessions are perfect for perople exploring a new career, novice farmers, and more experienced farmers who are considering a move into a new niche.
The course will consis of four Thursday evening sessions starting on November 6 and running through December 6. It will be held at the Airlie Center in Warrenton, VA. For information contact Pablo Elliot at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 540 347-1300 ext 3163.
Read an article on the seminar from the Fauquier Times.
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