November 10, 2023
Producers, agribusinesses, organizations and community leaders will exchange knowledge and expertise during the Idaho Farm and Ranch Conference on Jan. 4-5 in Boise.
Registration is free for the two-day conference, which will address key issues affecting Idaho producers including managing finances, succession and stress on the farm. The conference is hosted by the State Department of Agriculture.
“Family farms and ranches are truly the backbone of Idaho agriculture,” said ISDA Director Chanel Tewalt, “ISDA’s Farm and Ranch Center aims to connect Idaho producers with the resources to be viable and resilient for generations to come. There are countless entities working on these same issues and we look forward to continued collaboration to elevate each other’s work.”
With the theme, “Rooted in Tradition, Growing for Tomorrow,” the 2024 conference agenda acknowledges the past, present and future challenges producers face and is a call to action to not only sustain, but enhance Idaho agriculture, state officials said.
Workshops and panel discussions will focus on managing finances, mental health, overcoming challenges and planning for the farm’s future.
Source: Idaho State Department of Agriculture
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