Fwd: FW: New at ATTRA: Scaling Up for New Markets Podcasts

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From: Rhodes, Jenna D <JennaRhodes@uams.edu>
Date: Wed, Apr 18, 2018 at 9:25 AM
Subject: FW: New at ATTRA: Scaling Up for New Markets Podcasts

Want to learn about scaling up and expanding your markets?  Take a listen to these new podcasts available by NCAT.  See below.




From: National Center for Appropriate Technology [mailto:dbank@ncat.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 17, 2018 5:27 PM
To: Rhodes, Jenna D <JennaRhodes@uams.edu>
Subject: New at ATTRA: Scaling Up for New Markets Podcasts


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New Podcasts Feature Real-Life Examples on Scaling Up in Texas

ATTRA has a new three-part podcast series on "Scaling Up in Texas," which offers advice and real life examples of the changes necessary to expand your markets. Featuring Pedro Schambon, owner/operator of the 52-acre certified organic My Father's Farm, the podcasts cover issues from harvesting to packing to packaging and distributing. 

NCAT's agriculture specialist Thomas Schroeder interviews Pedro about the changes he needed to make to the farm's facilities, practices and overall approach to food safety, GAP and FSMA as the operation transitioned from CSA / farmers market grower to wholesale producer.

You can download all three podcasts for free from the ATTRA website at attra.ncat.org/audio/.

ATTRA has related resources to check out as well, including:

"Scaling Up For Regional Markets" tutorial, attra.ncat.org/tutorials/index.php

"Scaling Up Your Vegetable Farm for Regional Markets,"  attra.ncat.org/attra-pub/summaries/summary.php?pub=469


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