CANR RESPONSE TO NOVEL CORONAVIRUS

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  • Tourism Development Programs for District 4

    Date: May 08, 2020
    This workshop will cover the significance of tourism in our region of Northern Michigan and programs available to strengthen small town tourism economies.

  • Starting A Licensed Food Business - Webinar, March 26

    Date: Mar 26, 2020
    Are you interested in starting a commercial food business based on your favorite recipes or as a value-added agriculture product?

  • 8-Hour ServSafe Manager Training - Washtenaw County

    Date: Feb 25, 2020
    Michigan State University Extension offers ServSafe, a national certification program for those working in food service.

  • CANCELED: Starting A Licensed Food Business - Webinar, April 16

    Date: Apr 16, 2020
    Are you interested in starting a commercial food business based on your favorite recipes or as a value-added agriculture product?

  • Food and Farm Business Sales Channel Deep Dives: Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Development

    Date: Apr 10, 2020
    On this webinar series, we will discuss how food businesses may need to pivot in a time of Novel Coronavirus. This webinar will feature a discussion on the implications of selling farm products through a community supported agriculture (CSA) model.

  • Food and Farm Business Sales Channel Deep Dives: Farmers Markets

    Date: Apr 14, 2020
    On this webinar series, we will discuss how food businesses may need to pivot in a time of Novel Coronavirus. This webinar will feature a discussion on the implications of selling farm and food products at farmers markets.

  • Food and Farm Business Sales Channel Deep Dives: Farmers Markets

    Date: Apr 14, 2020
    On this webinar series, we will discuss how food businesses may need to pivot in a time of Novel Coronavirus. This webinar will feature a discussion on the implications of selling farm and food products at farmers markets.

  • Food and Farm Business Sales Channel Deep Dives: Farmers Markets

    Date: Apr 14, 2020
    On this webinar series, we will discuss how food businesses may need to pivot in a time of Novel Coronavirus. This webinar will feature a discussion on the implications of selling farm and food products at farmers markets.

  • Food and Farm Business Sales Channel Deep Dives: Farmers Markets

    Date: Apr 14, 2020
    On this webinar series, we will discuss how food businesses may need to pivot in a time of Novel Coronavirus. This webinar will feature a discussion on the implications of selling farm and food products at farmers markets.

  • Understanding Tourism for Michigan Communities

    Our program is a great way for organizations, groups and individuals to learn more about what tourism can offer their community, and how to build up and maintain a sustainable, growing tourism industry.

  • Connecting Entrepreneurial Communities

    A conference about attracting business to your downtown held in a new beautiful, thriving downtown each year with conference sessions held directly in the local businesses that help communities thrive.

  • Michigan MarketMaker

    Connecting willing markets and quality sources of food from farm and fisheries to fork.

  • Youth Entrepreneurship Tools

    Links to other helpful youth entrepreneurship tools

  • First Impressions: Assessing Your Community for Tourism

    A comprehensive community assessment conducted by unannounced visitors in a host community Overall, FIT helps communities learn about their strengths and weaknesses through the eyes of first-time visitors.

  • MI Money Health

    MSU Extension provides resources and education on money management, foreclosure prevention, buying your own home, retirement planning and more to help you and your family be more financially healthy.

  • Tourism

    From hunting and fishing to winery and lighthouse tours, and with more freshwater coastline than any other state, MSU Extension’s focus on year-round tourism brings together educators and researchers with municipalities, communities and businesses.

  • Business Development

    MSU Extension and the MSU Product Center—Food Ag Bio focus on assisting entrepreneurs who develop and commercialize high-value, consumer-responsive products and businesses.

  • Business

    MSU Extension and the MSU Product Center—Food Ag Bio focus on assisting entrepreneurs who develop and commercialize high-value, consumer-responsive products and businesses.

  • Entrepreneurship

    Fostering entrepreneurship and community support are key strategies for creating jobs and transforming the state’s economy and global presence. MSU Extension addresses entrepreneurship from both a community and individual perspective.

  • Northern Lakes Economic Alliance

    Published on March 29, 2012
    The Northern Lakes Economic Alliance offers resources on starting a business, business planning, growth strategies and more.