Agribusiness Resources for Novel Coronavirus
COVID-19: Where can agricultural employers go to stay current on the infectious disease caused by novel coronavirus?
Published on March 19, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to change daily and staying current on the latest changes for agricultural workers can be difficult.
RETURN OF THE CORONAVIRUS RELIEF PROGRAMS FOR AGRICULTURE WEBINAR - RECORDING
By Corey Clark and Stan Moore of MSU Extension
A recording of the recent webinar on coronavirus relief legislation is now available online. The coronavirus relief legislation enabled programs that can provide additional financial support to a wide variety of agricultural businesses, both with and without employees. In this webinar, we walked through how the programs work, how they can benefit agricultural businesses, and how to participate in them.
CORONAVIRUS FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM 2 - PODCAST
By Ben Werling and Florencia Colella of MSU Extension
By Dr. Adam Kantrovich, Stan Moore, and Aleks Schaefer
Interim Guidance for Implementing Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19
Cares Act for Fisheries, Aquaculture, and Seafood Businesses
U.S. Small Business Administration releases interim rule on PPP and individuals with self-employment income
Workplace posters from the U.S. Department of Labor
Iowa State University Resources
Paycheck Protection Program Offers Forgivable Loans for Eligible Small Businesses - Kristine A. Tidgren
Clemson Cooperative Extension
National Council of Agricultural Employers
Michigan Farm Bureau Resources
U.S. Small Business Administration
Managing Farm Stress - Michigan State University Extension