Farm Finances: Bookkeeping, Budgeting and Financial Planning for MV Farmers starts Oct 29!
When: Thursdays, Oct 29-Nov 19, 4-6pm Where: ONLINE via Zoom* How Much: FREE (must meet requirements as a farmer and business must operate on Martha’s Vineyard) Instructor: Julia Shanks, author of “The Farmer’s Office: Tools, Tips and Templates to Successfully Manage a Growing Farm Business”
*For those who do not have the appropriate tech for an online Zoom class at home, the Ag Society is offering a space for students to participate (adequate social distancing will be enforced).
You have questions about your business: can I afford new equipment? Is this market profitable? Which crops earn the most profits for me? What will it take to support myself full-time farming? In other words, how can you work smarter, and not harder, to achieve your goals?
In this 4-week online course, we will dig deep into farm finances so you know how to get the answers you need.
Thanks to funding from the Dukes Conservation District we’re able to offer this for FREE to Vineyard farmers.
Join us on Monday Oct 26 for an informative virtual open house!
Date: Monday, Oct 26 Time: 6-8pm Location: Online via Zoom Price: FREE
The offshore wind industry is expanding along the US Eastern seaboard — it is estimated that will directly create thousands of jobs for the south coast through development, construction and operations over the next 25-30 years. This training program and certificate is offered to year-round Martha’s Vineyard residents interested in a career in applied wind technology, “green energy,” renewable energy and engineering. Invest in your future today!
Personal Financial Planning, a 4-week online course, begins October 28. Don’t miss this primer on budgeting, saving and investing — plus, get answers to your questions and solutions to your current challenges. $69.
Did you know that most of our virtual classes are recorded, so even if you miss a class, you can see everything you missed? This also means that in some cases, you can sign up AFTER the first week of class! The perks of virtual classrooms!
Principles of Ecology and English Composition, undergrad credit courses offered in partnership with Bristol Community College. These courses are required for our Offshore Wind Technician cohort, but applications are available to anyone interested in enrolling. Sep 8-Dec 22, online.
Topics include: Civil Rights Movement: Then, Now, Next The Working Cities Challenge: Changing Systems Indigenous Culture: Wampanoag Priorities Working With—And For—Immigrants Want To Be An Activist? Grassroots Leadership Issues of Race, Diversity & Oppression The Black Lives Matter Movement
Lectures from 10am-5:45pm, Nov 18, ONLINE Speaker list is still growing and will be announced shortly!