Tuesday, October 20, 2009

Presentation on Schuyler County’s Agriculture Economic Strategy


Invite you to a presentation on
Schuyler County’s Agriculture Economic Strategy
Focused Development of Agriculture Assets

Schuyler County's agriculture economy has been developing steadily for more than 10 years. Expanded dairies, new farms, improved marketing, value-added enterprises, agritourism, and pastured livestock operations all demonstrate the ability of the agriculture community in Schuyler County to change with the times. In 2009, SCOPED and Cornell Cooperative Extension of Schuyler County have sought an independently-derived strategy to identify the strongest assets and seize the right opportunities to stimulate enhanced economic growth in the agriculture sector. This presentation puts forth a deliberate and immediately functional prescription for agriculture development over the next 4 - 6 years. It contains some unexpected but important action steps to gain the greatest return on investments in the agriculture entities of Schuyler County. If you plan to be part of the local farm and business communities in the coming years, you are welcome to join in this informative presentation and discussion.
 by Jim Ochterski, Agriculture Economic Development Specialist
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 at 7:00pm
Schuyler County Human Services Complex,
Conference Room #120
RSVP by contacting Anne at SCOPED anne@scoped.biz or call 535-4341

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