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Agriculture and Natural Resource Business Institute Announces Program

By Helen Brody (August 14, 2012)

Agriculture and Natural Resource Business Institute Announces Program (ANRBI)

Building viable natural resource businesses in New Hampshire


New Hampshire farmers and landowners have always been independent, self-reliant and inventive.  This Institute will help you develop an operational plan for your business proposal and meet USDA Farm Service Agency borrower training requirements. You can also earn continuing education units (CEUs) through the UNH  Professional Development and Training program.

ANRBI will

        • Introduce advisors and technical experts who can help you turn your business dream into a reality
        • Help you understand the interactions among human, biological, and financial resources in creating a successful business
        • Explain how government agencies and financial institutions work with new business ventures
        • Help you network with other farmers and natural resource business owners

 Course Details


September 4, 2012 from 6 to 9 pm, continuing on Tuesday evenings for 13 weeks (skipping November 20)


Classroom 216
Center for Arts & Technology Building
Lakes Region Community College
379 Belmont Road (Route 106)
Laconia, NH 03246

$175 per person
Limited to 25 individuals

 Register on-line

 Class topics include:

      • Family considerations
      • Human and financial resources
      • Evaluation of natural resources
      • Equipment and facility needs
      • Farming and forestry systems
      • Product and service marketing
      • Enterprise profitability
      • Business financing
      • Record-keeping
      • Legal and insurance concerns

Need more information:

For program or site questions, contact:

Kelly McAdam at (603) 527-5475 or send email to

For assistance with registration or special accommodation arrangements, contact: Michael Sciabarrasi at (603) 862-3234 or send email to









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