To encourage community development through self employment opportunities for low income entrepreneurs
- Educate and Connect farmers/ranchers to USDA programs
- Provide one-on-one bilingual technical assistance in our service area
- Host or facilitate educational workshops based on risk assessments
- Assist in the collection & preparation of information for farm loans
- Identify & Assist with crop insurance information & purchase
- Develop & utilize risk management tools for the benefit of clients
- Provide assistance in establishing cooperatives as a marketing tool
- Host or facilitate local, state and national agricultural-related events
- Publish material on agricultural issues through quarterly newsletters
This project is supported by the Office of Advocacy for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers & Ranchers (OASDFR) and the Beginning Farmers & Ranchers Development Program of the National Institute of Food & Agriculture (BFRDP).
Our Service Area
RCDR offices are located in Yakima.