There is a need for growers in Hawaii to be aware of newregulations regarding their farm operations and to gain a better understandingof liability issues they face. There are also a number of new opportunities forgrowers to help increase their profitability and manage risk.
The free 30-minute sessions held at CTAHR Extension Officesvia Polycom will run from 6:00 to 8:00pm and will give you basic understandingof the programs and how and where to obtain more detailed information.
February 24, 2009
MANAGINGFOOD SAFETY RISKS ElizabethHaws Connally (AHF&I)
ENTERPRISEZONES PROGRAM MichelleMuraoka (DBEDT)
March 9, 2009
AGRIBUSINESS INCUBATORPROGRAM Steven Chiang, (CTAHR)
The AIP's unique service providesone-on-one business consulting to agribusinesses throughout Hawaii. Learn aboutthis program and how it has helped agribusinesses greatly increase profits.
MARKETOPPORTUNITIES WITH ElizabethHaws Connally (AHF&I)
212Gilmore Hall, 3050 Maile Way, UHM Campus
Room210 State Office Bldg, 3060 Eiwa Street, Lihue
KahuluiExtension Office (Bldg 214), MCC Campus
KonaExtension Office, 79-7381 Hawaii Belt Road, Kainaliu
WaiakeaResearch Station, 920 Stainback Highway, Hilo
Hawaii Tropical Fruit Growers
University of Hawaii Collegeof Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources
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