This session will cover: Workers’ Compensation, Disability Benefits, and Paid Family Leave, including insurance types, coverage requirements, and employers’ obligations under the law. We will also look at:
Who needs coverage and who does not need coverage
How and when to report an injury or illness (including COVID-19)
Considerations when hiring independent contractors, laborers, and domestic workers
The realities of fire are sometimes overlooked, and fire protection is based on meeting compliance standards set by authorities to give you a base level of fire safety. These guidelines are important and should be adhered to. Unfortunately, they do not represent the realities of fire and every business, home, vehicle/machine can present unique situations…simply put there is Never Enough Fire Protection
Learn more about the Realities of Fire and how you can protect property & lives though pre-planning & awareness.
Raffle for Elide Fire Home Kit
This educational workshop is brought to you by a partnership between NYFB and Nationwide Insurance
Solar both reduces the cost of powering farms and in many cases can become an income generator for you. This presentation will include a couple of example farms to give participants an idea of the economics and location decisions such as roof mount vs. ground mount.
Jordan Energy is raffling off a free USDA REAP application submission at their State Convention session. Such submission usually cost $2,000 and can get your farm up to $1 million in REAP grant funds for your solar project. Learn how solar can save you and make you money and get a chance for a free REAP grant from Jordan Energy.
Join us on the new frontier to learn how we can roundup Gen Z consumers and earn their trust at the table so they can choose to use their considerable spending power on the safe food we work hard to put on the shelves for all to enjoy. We will scout out who Gen Z is, how they make their choices and where we can best reach them.
Like all good adventures, some of the new technology and methods can be challenging and a bit scary, but we believe that every person in agriculture can contribute to moving the next herd of consumers towards a place of trust and value and value the importance of a safe, abundant and sustainable food supply.
With some eye-opening activities and simple changes to make back home, we will explore how to turn this generation that is skeptical of our practices into our biggest supporters.