On-Farm Food Safety Training Workshops for Oregon Produce Farmers

The OSU Center for Small Farms has teamed up with FamilyFarmed to bring their On-Farm Food Safety Project to Oregon in February in three day-long workshops: February 16, 17, and 19.

These workshops, taught by Atina Diffley, nationally known farmer & on-farm food safety expert, will cover practical food safety strategies for your farm, along with up-to-date guidance on FSMA requirements and compliance strategies.

Workshop #1 is designed for mid-scale produce farmers that are covered by the FSMA Produce Rule selling primarily to wholesale markets

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Workshops # 2 and 3 are designed for small-scale, diversified produce farmers that sell primarily into direct specialty markets


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Registration for each workshop is $15 and includes:

Thanks to funding support from USDA’s Risk Management Agency for keeping registration costs low.

Space is limited, with preference given to produce farmers.

**Register Here**

For questions please visit the Growing Success: Best Practices in On-farm Food Safety webpage or contact Heidi Noordijk (heidi.noordijk@oregonstate.edu)

FamilyFarmed is a non-profit organization committed to expanding the production, marketing and distribution of locally grown and responsibly produced food, in order to enhance the social, economic, and environmental health of our communities.

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