Warren County Farm-Based Business Workshop

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This workshop is over, but participants are invited to checkout these resources from the presenters. Resources from Andrew Brannan on Farmland Preservation can be found on his Farm Law Portal.

Register now for a Farm-Based Business Workshop to be held at the Warren County Armory Civic Center on February 24, 2022. This workshop is designed to introduce new and developing farm based business owners to the regulatory and financial concepts that will help them succeed.

Specific topics include zoning, liability, taxes, Farmland preservation tools and more!

This workshop is a collaboration between N.C. Cooperative Extension, Warren County Economic Development, and the Vance Granville Community College Small Business Center.

Register on the VGCC Small Business Center website.

Download this flyer to share with a friend.

Professionals who work with these issues (e.g. zoning, planning, economic development, small business services, etc.) are also welcome to attend.

AGENDA (subject to revision)

  • 8:15 Doors open, check-in, refreshments
  • 8:45 Zoning and Farm Based Businesses – David Owens, Professor (retired), UNC School of Government
  • 9:30 Tax issues – Paul McKenzie, Ag Extension Agent
  • 9:50 Present Use Value – John Preston, Warren County Tax Administrator
  • 10:15 Break
  • 10:30 Financing – Elizabeth Paschall, Ag Carolina Farm Credit
  • 10:55 Insurance/Liability – Brian Toone, Warren County Farm Bureau
  • 11:10 Regulations – Matthew Place, Ag Extension Agent
  • 11:30 Farmland Preservation Tools – Matthew Place and Andrew Brannan, NC State Extension Specialist for Farm Law
  • 12:30 Adjourn

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, N.C. Cooperative Extension will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Please direct accommodation requests to: Paul McKenzie or Matthew Place, paul_mckenzie@ncsu.edu or matthew_place@ncsu.edu, or 252-257-3640. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 10 days before the event.

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