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Small Farm Demonstration Workshop

Thursday, January 16, 2020 -
9:00am - 2:30pm

Location:
Vanee Park, 4124 Hwy 24
Liberty, MS 39645

Registration must be received by Monday, January 13, 2020.

By Mail:
Orlando Phelps
PO Box 102
Hermanville, MS 39086

Schedule

Registration begins at 8:30am and the program begins at 9:00am. Lunch will be provided. The program will wrap up at approximately 2:30pm.

Presentation Topics

  • Forage and Livestock Management
  • USDA Programs and Services
  • Leasing Land for Multiple Recreational Uses
  • Timber Management
  • Farm Security

Why Attend?

Earn supplemental income from your land

We help landowners learn about generating supplemental income from their property. Whether you have considered an outdoor business or already have a business that you wish to expand, the information at this workshop will help you.

Talk directly to experts and landowners

Morning presentations will allow you ask questions and talk to wildlife habitat specialists, local forest landowners, NRCS (USDA) experts, and more.

Learn about different outdoor businesses

Not sure what business might be right for you? We’ll talk about the various types of outdoor businesses, including the pros and cons and income potential of each. Examples include leasing your land for hunting and outdoor recreation.

Need more information?

Visit the Natural Resource Enterprises program website at www.naturalresources.msstate.edu for information about what we do, how to start a business, how to operate a business, how to grow a business, and more.

More Info

Directions:

From Gloster, MS:
Take MS-24 East toward Liberty for approximately 18 miles.
Vanee park is on the right.
Signs will be posted to identify where to turn into the workshop site.
From McComb, MS:
Take Exit 15 off I-55 South Hwy 98E and MS-24W
Turn right at bottom of exit toward Liberty, Ms.
Continue for 28 miles.
Continue through Liberty on MS-24W for approximately 1 mile.
Vanee park is on the Left.
Signs will be posted to identify where to turn into the workshop site.


For more information, call Clifton E. Peters at 601-572-5378.

Department: Wildlife, Fisheries & Aquaculture
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