Recordkeeping Made Easier: Strategies and Systems

January 13, 2021
6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Agriculture Events Events

Recordkeeping Made Easier: Strategies and Systems – two sessions with Atina Diffley 

Records that are concise and collect the right information are critical to farming success. In this training, we will discuss record-keeping systems, what records to keep, strategies to minimize the work, and how to create records that improve staff performance and accountability. Records relating to production, crew/labor, food safety, and finances will be among the many types of records that are discussed. Fee $5 for both sessions

January 13, 6 – 8 p.m. CST, two-hour Zoom webinar with homework to complete before the next session

January 20, 6 – 7 p.m. CST, one-hour Zoom discussion with time for questions on the work completed

Each person who registers for “Recordkeeping Made Easier” and/or for “Crop Planning for Market Needs” will receive either the Wholesale Success Manual or Direct Market Success Manual, an $80 value, published by  Family Farmed.  There is only one book provided, per person, even if you register for both workshops.

Register for Recordkeeping Made Easier, 1/13 and 1/20

Register for Crop Planning, 1/27 and 2/3

Atina Diffley is an organic vegetable farmer, public speaker, and author of the award-winning memoir, Turn Here Sweet Corn: Organic Farming Works. Her areas of expertise include postharvest handling, brand-name marketing, food safety, and organic farming systems. She is FamilyFarmed’s lead trainer and co-author/editor of their training manuals, Wholesale Success, Direct Market Success, and Food Safety Template.

Atina Diffley

Presented by the McHenry County College Center for Agrarian Learning

This workshop is offered in partnership with Family Farmed, and with their generous support.

Sheri Doyel