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December 9th Webinar – Managing Ag Enterprises in Uncertain Times: Where Do We Want To Go?

Written by admin on December 9th, 2009

Resources Available from the Regional Centers for Risk Management Education

Risk Management Funding and Other Resources for each region of US agriculture will be presented, with a panel on how to access these resources.

* HL Goodwin, Director of the Southern Risk Management Education Center, University of Arkansas,
* Dave Goeller, Director of the North Central Center for Risk Management Education, University of Nebraska
* Jon Newkirk, Western Center for Risk Management Education, Washington State University Extension
* Don Tilmon, Northeast Center for Risk Management Education, University of Delaware
* Bob Craven , Center for Farm Financial Management and Digital Risk Management Education Center, University of Minnesota

December 16 – Pulling it All Together 90 minutes
* Education and training ideas on using the wealth of information available from the Ag in uncertain times . . . Webinar series.

To Participate Live in the Webinars: (no pre-registration is required – first come – 500 seats available)

Equipment you will need: A computer that has a set of speakers and a high speed internet connection (LAN, DSL/Cable Modem, High speed wireless).

Link to access the live webinar at:
This web link opens a screen that has the “Enter as a Guest” option selected. Use this option and enter your name and then click on the “Enter Room” button.

The start time for all webinars in this series is 9 AM Pacific, 10 AM Mountain, 11 AM Central, and 12 noon Eastern. Please log on a few minutes early to view information about how to ask presenters questions and to make sure your audio is working.

Prior to the meeting date and time, test your computers ability to communicate with the system we will use. Visit the link below and then click on the “Test Your Internet Connectivity” link on the right hand edge of this page. Follow the instructions provided.


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