Fw: View your farm through a different lens - Holistic Management

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Scalera, Lindsey

Feb 14, 2019, 4:30:56 PM2/14/19
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Lindsey Scalera

Community Food Systems Collaboration Specialist

MSU Center for Regional Food Systems

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From: Larry Dyer <ldye...@GMAIL.COM>
Sent: Thursday, February 14, 2019 2:01 PM
Subject: View your farm through a different lens - Holistic Management

View your farm through a different lens

You heard about this at the Northern Michigan Small Farm Conference!

Holistic Management can help you see your farm and your life in different context.

Holistic Management® will help you navigate the production, financial and social complexities of farming. With Holistic Financial Planning you can target your financial resources where they will do the most good in creating the life you want.

Just click on the title to register

$20 per class, or $40 for the series of three. No charge for the second person from each farm or business.

Holistic Management Whole Farm Planning: making it work for the right reasons

February 21

Holistic Financial Planning – laying the groundwork

February 28

Holistic Financial Planning - creating the plan

March 7

All classes will be taught by Larry Dyer, Holistic Management® Certified Educator, certified by Holistic Management International since 2005. Contact Larry with any questions: 231-881-2784; ldye...@gmail.com

For more information call or email Larry Dyer: 231-881-2784 or ldye...@gmail.com

This program is a collaboration with Crosshatch, www.crosshatch.org, and the Local Food Alliance with funding from the USDA Risk Management Agency.

The USDA is an equal opportunity  employer and provider


Larry Dyer

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