FSA Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) Stakeholder Webinar

June 17, 2019 at 1:30 PM EST

Join the FSA National Outreach Staff as we discuss the basics of the new FSA Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) Program, tools and resources that are currently available for dairy producers. Also joining the discussion will be FSA's Dairy Program Manager.  Join the meeting by registering here: Recording| Slide Presentation.

FSA County Committee (COC) Tribal Outreach

July 11, 2018 at 3:00 PM EST

Outreach webinar focused on understanding the process and breaking barriers on FSA County Committees in tribal communities.  Discussion includes the history of COC, eligibility requirements, understanding local administrative areas and features experiences shared from a current COC member from the Warm Springs Indian Reservation in Oregon. Webinar| Slide Presentation.

FSA County Committee (COC) Awareness

May 31, 2018 at 3:00 PM EST

Join the FSA National Outreach Staff as we discuss what FSA County Committees (COC) are, and how our stakeholders are helping us spread awareness.  Also joining hte discussion are previous and current COC members to share their perspectives and insight on increasing awareness. Webinar| Slide Presentation.

FSA Webinar for Tribal Colleges and Universities

May 15, 2018 at 2:00 PM EST

The USDA 1994 Tribal Program has invited the Farm Service Agency (FSA) to host a webinar to provide tribal colleges and universities with greater insight about how to engage with and navigate FSA programs and services available to institutions and communities. Recording| Slide Presentation.

Work with FSA:  Supporting Farmers and Ranchers Through Production and Financial Management Training  

April 10, 2018 at 3:00 PM EST

Are you an organization or university interested in learning about how to become an authorized borrower training vendor with the Farm Service Agency (FSA)? Join and learn more about FSA's Borrower Training Vendor requirements.  FSA works with vendors to provide local and national borrower training options to FSA borrowers.  As part of a loan agreement, borrowers are often required to complete training in production, financial management, or both.  This is to help borrowers develop and improve important skills to help them be successful farm and ranch operators (the law directs FSA to determine a borrower's need for training and require it when appropriate).  The training helps FSA borrowers gain knowledge, address problems or operational weakness and plan for financial success.  This webinar will provide an overview of the vendor application process and curriculum requirements for applying to FSA to perform this service.  This webinar is open to the public; the audience will be in listen-only mode but questions can be submitted via the chat feature in Ready Talk. Recording

Programas y Prestamos de la Agencia de Servicio Agrícola

Nov. 2, 2016 at 3 PM EST

Join FSA employees Jessica Champigny and Richard Cardona for a Spanish-speaking webinar geared toward the Latino community, to provide an overview of programs and loans offered by the Farm Service Agency.  Slide Presentation.

How USDA Can Help Beginning Farmers and Ranchers from the Reentry Community

Nov. 2, 2016 at 12 PM EST

Formerly incarcerated individuals who want to get started in farming can get expert guidance from USDA experts in field offices around the country.  This webinar will be an opportunity to learn about USDA programs to help new farmers and hear directly from formerly incarcerated individuals who have benefited from USDA resources and expertise. USDA officials will provide an overview of several USDA programs - including microloans, farm storage facility loans, crop insurance, value added producer grants, conservation technical assistance, GAP, EQIP, Food LINC, etc. - that are especially relevant for new and beginning farmers from the reentry community.  Hosted by the Farm Service Agency.  Slide Presentation