2022 Wednesday Webinars

2022 Wednesday Webinars

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Check out the Women in Agriculture 2022 Webinars. Offered the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. They are FREE and open to all!

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Alexander Chan

When Self-Help Isn't Enough

This presentation is designed to reduce avoidable delays in receiving appropriate mental health care. In this session that is tailored for members of the agricultural community, participants will learn to identify and address the internal roadblocks one may experience when making the decision to seek professional assistance with mental health issues.


Neith Little

How to Conduct Market Research

Participants will learn how to conduct market research for their farm business. The session will include examples and case studies, with a focus on urban and peri-urban farm enterprises and products.


Kurt Vollmer

Herbicide-resistant weeds are a persistent problem for crop production

Herbicide resistant weeds are a persistent problem for crop production. This session will provide an understanding how resistance develops within a weed population and the mechanisms of how herbicides work in order to adapt a weed management program.


Jesse Ketterman and Maria Pippidis

Farm Stress Management and Resiliency

Farm and farm families experience a variety of stressors that lead to disruptions on the farm. Building resilience is necessary to reduce the impact of stressors and strengthen the farm and farm families. This session will share strategies that promote resilience and identify signs of stress on the farm.


Sarah Hirsh

Decision Making Resources and Tools for Cover Cropping and Other Best Management Practices

With so many choices, planning conservation practices can be overwhelming. For example, when planning a cover crop we must consider species, planting and termination dates and methods, seeding rates, etc. Luckily, there are many resources that can help! This webinar will give an overview of conservation practice decision-making resources and tools that can help growers get the most bang for their buck.


Jenny Rhodes

Farming Time management.

Work life balance is a challenge, but add in the farm and you've got a recipe for a demanding life. We will discuss how to balance your life on the farm to help get all your tasks completed.


Paul Goeringer

Agriculture Leases

How much notice does the landlord have to give to terminate a lease? What happens if the property sells in the middle of my lease? Can I harvest crops after the lease terminates? There are a lot of common questions associated with leasing farmland that many of you ask and this webinar will cover those questions plus highlight resources available to producers.


Megan Todd and Sarah Everhart

Regulatory Decision Trees for Value-Added Foods

Producing value-added foods can be a complicated endeavor involving several state and local agencies. The Agriculture Law Education Initiative (ALEI) will discuss the regulations producers should be aware of and review how to use a new resource designed to help producers easily identify which processing and food safety requirements apply to their operation.


Kelly Nichols

Keeping Your Fields Fine and Dandy-lion Free

Learn how to identify common field and pasture weeds, how to manage them, and the tools (books and apps) that are available to help.

11/23/2022- No webinar, Thanksgiving week


Megan Todd and Sarah Everhart

Understanding Property Purchase Agreements

A legal specialist from the University of Maryland Agriculture Law Education Initiative will discuss common legal terms used in farmland purchase agreements.

12/28/2022- No webinar, Christmas week

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