FARMING BY THE NUMBERS- A SERIES OF WSU ONLINE CLASSES IN FEBRUARY
Presented by WSU Snohomish County Extension Agriculture Program. Learn the basics of farm recordkeeping, taking sales online, and paying employees from experts and experienced farmers.
Accurate and up-to-date financial records are essential to any growing business, but are especially important to farms and agricultural businesses. Without a good recordkeeping system in place, decisions will be made based on hunches, not reality. Successful farm-centric grant applications must start with a solid set of numbers. Join online (via Zoom) on Thursday evenings in February 2022 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm to learn the ins and outs of setting up a solid recordkeeping system as well as other farm number-crunching topics. Can’t make a session? No problem! All sessions are being recorded and made available for later viewing to everyone registered.
February 3 – Farm Bookkeeping Basics
February 10 – Online Sales
February 17 – Paying Employees
February 24 – Financial Statements, Cash Flow, & Loan Readiness
Read the detailed explanation of each class and register here.
Take one, two or all four! Cost for the four-week series is $15 or $5 for a single class. Visit FarmingByTheNumbers.eventbrite.com to register. For more information on the series, contact Kate Ryan,