Registration Now Open for ‘First Nations Knowledge’ Webinar #2
Our new series of free educational webinars – called “First Nations Knowledge” – successfully began February 21 with a great turnout. The series aims to educate Native community members involved in food systems and agricultural work, plus Native nonprofit organizations, with the ultimate goal of building business and organizational capacity.
The second webinar in the series in now open for registration. It’s part two of the first webinar and is called “Business of Indian Agriculture – Best Financial Practices for Small Agribusiness II.” Attendance at the first webinar is not a requirement to attend this one. John Phillips, executive director of First American Land-grant Consortium (FALCON) and program and policy consultant for American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC), will lead the this instructional webinar.
The webinar will take place on March 21, 2013, at 12 p.m. Mountain Time. To register for this webinar, please click here: Best Financial Practices for Small Agribusiness II. Space is limited, so please register only if you are able to attend the webinar. If you are unable to attend the webinar live, each one will be recorded and available on our website. Please go to www.firstnations.org/fnk
Seven other webinars have been scheduled as part of the “First Nations Knowledge” webinar series, and registration will be available soon for those sessions. These sessions include the following:
- Farm-to-School Best Practices – April 25, 2013
- Co-operative Models – May 23, 2013
- Senior Citizen Hunger – June 20, 2013
- Creating Sustainable Programs – July 18, 2013
- Community Engagement – Aug. 22, 2013
- Preparing a Budget – Sept. 19, 2013
- Evaluation – Oct. 17, 2013