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Keynote Address: Steven McFadden: Awakening Community Intelligence



Beginning CSA Farmers

Nuts & Bolts: Key Beginning Farmers Issues to Consider for Success


Nuts & Bolts II: Practical Tips for Beginning CSA Farmers


Land Access Strategies


Marketing Your Farm: What Sets You and Your CSA Apart?



Production

Farm Hacks: Hardware and Equipment Hacks


What's in Your Box? 


Opportunities for a Diversified CSA

Achieving Labor Efficiencies on Your Farm



Building Community

Deepening the C & S of Your CSA


​CSAs Working Together


Beyond the Walls of the CSA


Best Practices in Member Communication



Business & Financial Management

Understanding Cash Flow vs. Profitability (1)(2)

Jumping into Farm Transition Planning


CSA Farm Legal Aspects


Investment Analysis

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Midwest CSA Conference

Dec. 7-8, 2017

Wisconsin Dells, WI

BUILDING COMMUNITY - BUILDING RESILIENCY

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Beginning CSA Farmers

Is CSA Farming Right for Me?


Planning and Launching a Farm Business


Creating Community in Your CSA in the Start-up Years


CSA in the Urban Setting



Building Community


Member Voices: Strengthening CSA Relationships at the Farm & Community Level


Lessons Learned on Member Preferences for CSA

Strategies for Improving Food Access (and Farm Viability) with the CSA Model

Facebook Best Practices for Increasing CSA Shares


Financial Management & Business Planning

Improving Your Financial Management Skills


Building CSA Farm Viability Through Unique Succession and Labor Strategies [Part I]


Building CSA Farm Viability Through Unique Succession and Labor Strategies [Part II]

Fair Labor Relationships on the CSA Farm for Both Farmer & Worker

Strategic Diversification


Production & Logistics

Risk Management I - Managing Risk Through Variety Selection


Building a Culture of Food Safety on the Farm

Risk Management II - Building Shared Risk with Production & Communication Strategies

Cool Tools: Mechanical Weed Control Techniques and Tools