Resources for Home Business
|Question and Answer Guide for Starting and Growing Your Small Business||
The authors initially developed this guide as a resource for participants in Entrepreneur Express Workshops. Offered throughout the commonwealth, Entrepreneur Express Workshops provided basic information on starting and operating a small business. The VDBA, VCE, VTC, Small Business Development Centers (SBDCs), SCORE, and various local governments and chambers of commerce partnered to develop and implement these workshops. More information on workshop dates, locations, and registration information for these and other events is available at www.vastartup.org.
|Nov 5, 2013||310-100 (CV-33P)|
|Operations & Marketing - Bellair Farm - Spring 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-130NP|
|Jamie Barrett's Beginning In Farming - Bellair Farm - Spring 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-131NP|
|Labor Situation On Bellair Farm – Spring 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-132NP|
|Vision & Opportunities For The Future - Bellair Farm - Spring 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-133NP|
|Operations & Markets - Porcello Farm - Spring 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-134NP|
|Labor Situation On Porcello Farm - Spring 2015||
Kim Niewolny, Associate Professor; Dept. of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, Virginia Tech; Theresa Nartea, Assistant Professor, Virginia State University; Cathryn Kloetzli, Extension Agent, Albemarle County; Allyssa Mark, Virginia Beginning Farmer and Rancher Coalition Program Associate, Dept. of Agricultural, Leadership, and Community Education, Virginia Tech
|Apr 22, 2019||AEE-135NP|
|Advice For Beginning Farmers - Porcello Farm - Spring 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-136NP|
|Markets, Goals & Expansion - Browntown Farms - Summer 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-137NP|
|Farm Labor Practices & Considerations - Browntown Farms - Summer 2015||Apr 22, 2019||AEE-138NP|
|Building Relationships & New Farmer Start-up Advice - Browntown Farms - Summer 2015||Jul 12, 2016||AEE-139NP|
|Farm Labor Practices & Considerations - Amy's Garden - Summer 2015||Jul 25, 2016||AEE-140NP|
|Getting Started & Planning Advice For New Farmers - Amy's Garden - Summer 2015||Jul 25, 2016||AEE-141NP|
|Markets, Planning & Operations - Amy's Garden - Summer 2015||Jul 25, 2016||AEE-142NP|
|Farm Labor Practices & Considerations - Agriberry - Summer 2015||Jul 25, 2016||AEE-143NP|
|Growing Berries & Setting Goals - Agriberry - Summer 2015||Jul 25, 2016||AEE-144NP|
|Getting Started & Planning Advice For New Farmers - Agriberry - Summer 2015||Jul 25, 2016||AEE-145NP|
|Results from 2016 research survey on consumption of local produce in Virginia||
There appears to be a lack of published research study data on consumer motivations for purchasing local produce in Virginia. Additionally, the level of consumer awareness of labels such as “local,” “pesticide-free,” “certified organic,” “grown in Virginia,” or “superfood,” and the influence such labels have on purchasing decisions in Virginia has not been previously researched.
|Sep 12, 2016||ANR-222NP|
|Direct Sales: Certifying Market Scales||
Virginia farmers sell their produce through many venues including on-farm sales, farm stands, and farmers’ markets. Wherever the produce is sold, it must be sold by weight, count, head/bunch, or dry measure. If the produce is sold by weight, the produce will be weighed on scales that have been certified by the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Office of Weights and Measures.
|Sep 10, 2014||CV-40NP|
|FACILITATION SERIES: The Art of Flip Charting||
The discussion has begun, and words are flowing from each person like the water in a rushing stream. These words must be captured and become the wallpaper plastered throughout the room. It is this process of flip charting that creates the visual summary of key discussion points and provides the group memory that supports the process of a facilitated conversation.
|Dec 19, 2014||CV-44NP|