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COVID 19 Updates & Resources for Farmers

In an effort to compile all resources in one place, CCE Clinton has been working with/tracking news releases and websites offered by our partners to bring the farmers/food producers of the North Country accurate, timely, and practical information.

Update: April 24th

Due to the amount of information and the ongoing nature of COVID-19, an archived page has been set-up to house older materials. Only items that are no longer timely or valid have been moved to this page. You may find archived resources at the following link:  http://cceclinton.org/resources/march-agriculture-resources

Resource List Put Out by NYEDEN

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/family-pets-health/influenza-pandemics/covid-19/

Webinars: 

July 10th: Two new webinars (in English and Spanish)

Medical guidance for producers, service providers, farmworkers, and community members.

The Cornell Farmworker Program and Finger Lakes Community Health (the clinic) present a free English presentation with Dr. Jose Canario , M.D. In this one hour webinar, Dr. Canario will give an update on COVID-19 research, discuss safe ways to go out under “reopening”, and appropriate behavior during social settings. Attendees are required to register and are encouraged to submit questions in advance or raise them during the call. The English webinar will provide important information for producers, service providers, and community members. All welcome.

English presentation

"COVID-19 Webinar: What we know, reopening safely, and guidance for social situations"

Tuesday, July 28, 2020 4:00pm (ET)

Please register as soon as possible to RSVP for the event.

You will then receive instructions on how to connect to the webinar on the 28 th Click here to register online.

If you have any other questions, please call/text 607-224-8821.

El Programa de Apoyo a los Trabajadores Agrícolas de la Universidad de Cornell y la clínica Finger Lakes Community Health invita cordialmente a los trabajadores agrícolas a una llamada gratuita y presentación en español con el Doctor Jose Canario. El doctor explicará nuevos conocimientos sobre el coronavirus, cómo protegerse cuando sale, comportamientos apropiados en situaciones sociales y responderá a preguntas. Por favor invite a sus compañeros de trabajo y familiares. Todos/as son bienvenidos. Se requiere registración de antemano.

Presentación en español

“COVID-19: lo que ahora sabemos, reapertura segura y guía para situaciones sociales”

Martes, Julio 28 del 2020 6:00pm (hora NY)

Regístrese lo más pronto posible para poder participar en este evento. Nosotros le enviaremos un mensaje de texto con instrucciones para conectarse a la llamada el 28. Escoja una manera para registrarse:

1. Llame o mande un mensaje de texto al (607) 224-8821. Incluya su nombre, ciudad donde vive y si tiene preguntas para el Doctor Canario.

2. Clic sobre este enlace aquí para registrarse en la web.

English PDF: Coronavirus_Update_with_Dr._Canario_July_28__2020.pdf

Spanish PDF: Actualizacion_del_Coronav.pdf

Employee Placement Help

May 20th:

New York Farm Bureau is launching a new system to connect farms in need of labor during the COVID-19 pandemic.

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/05/19/new-york-farm-bureau-creates-farm-relief-worker-database/

Financial Resources

May 4th:

EIDL Application Re-Opening

The EIDL Advance/Loan portal will be re-opening shortly. The re-opening of the portal is for agricultural businesses that were previously ineligible for the program. New non-agricultural business applications will not be accepted.

The portal will be opened for a limited period, and it is recommended that you apply as soon as possible. The link to the portal will be:

http://www.sba.gov/Disaster

If you have already applied under the streamlined application (March 30th to program closure), there is no need to re-apply.

Agricultural Businesses Defined:

Agricultural businesses includes those businesses engaged in the production of food and fiber, ranching, and raising of livestock, aquaculture, and all other farming and agricultural related industries (as defined by section 18(b) of the Small Business Act (15 U.S.C. 647(b)).

SBA is encouraging all eligible agricultural businesses with 500 or fewer employees wishing to apply to begin preparing their business financial information needed for their application.

April 27th: Statewide Family Economics and Resource Management (FERM) Program Work Team

COVID-19 Financial Wellness Resources

https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/blogs.cornell.edu/dist/9/8787/files/2020/04/COVID_Financial_Resources._FERM_PWT._Updated_4.13.20_003.pdf

April 24th: 

Cares Act to help with Child Care Expenses for Farm Employees and Food Processors

NYS has decided they will be utilizing $30M of federal CARES act assistance to help with child care expenses for essential workers. Farm employees and food processors are considered essential workers.

(Updated 4/24/20)

As of 3/20/2020 licensed child care businesses in New York State are considered essential services and allowed to operate. NYS announced on 4/24/2020 that child care scholarships will be available for child care expenses for essential workers; which includes food processing and farm employees. Scholarships are being paid for from $30M in federal CARES Act funding received by NYS, and are open to families who are at 300% or less of the federal poverty level – or $78,600 or less for a family of four. More information can be found here: https://ocfs.ny.gov/main/news/article.php?idx=2119. The parent application is here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScvxhLCNWoq4koXGsY2QbInTgj8MTB3911ZO9Kw2rgz5ciLrQ/viewform. The scholarships will be available for the duration of the NY Pause order. The Office of Children and Family Services provides guidance to New York State licensed child care centers during the COVID-19 crisis here. While child care centers are being given flexibility to add spots for child care for essential workers, facilities are also being mindful of social distancing guidance. The Office of Children and Family Services maintains a listing of licensed day care providers to search for child care options although not all of the providers may be open during this current time. In certain regions, local YMCA’s have been expanding child care options for local essential workers and may be an option to explore. The ABCD program, which serves as a primary resource for the children of farm employee and food system employees, is currently closed and will re-evaluate its status regularly so please call local Centers for availability.

April 10th: 

The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau has compiled resources to help/protect yourself from the financial impact of COVID-19.

https://www.consumerfinance.gov/about-us/blog/protect-yourself-financially-from-impact-of-coronavirus/

April 6th: 

Paycheck Protection Program: Agriculture & Food Producers Now Eligible 

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/04/06/paycheck-protection-program-producers-can-apply-now/

April 2nd:

Borrowing to cover losses:

http://cceclinton.org/resources/borrowing-to-cover-operating-losses

CDC Guidance

June 5th:

New CDC Guidance for Agriculture Workers and Employers

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/06/04/new-cdc-guidance-for-agriculture-workers-and-employers/

April 10th:

Guidance for Workers Exposed to COVID-19

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/04/09/new-cdc-guidance-for-workers-exposed-to-covid-19/

Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development

May 5th: Cloth Face Coverings vs. Respirators:

http://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/2020/04/28/cloth-face-coverings-vs-respirators-whats-the-difference-and-when-should-we-use-them/?fbclid=IwAR3W6tkCY_-P_WklPiDeUXpdyQ6MJN2ziyGuLhkb-DjmUX2MKADBYJ0RJVk

March 30th: Biosecurity for People: 7 Steps to Protect Farmers from COVID-19

https://blogs.cornell.edu/scnydairyandfieldcrops/2020/03/28/biosecurity-for-people-7-steps-to-protect-farm-workers-from-covid-19/

Novel Coronavirus Home Page:

https://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/novel-coronavirus-covid-19/?fbclid=IwAR1R1t33XPxCMeJ2Djmx2OZWZgz2BqnoU43Bz0S3dfl1CahJD71Ag5LHlRM


Novel Coronavirus Prevention & Control for Farms:

http://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/2020/03/12/novel-coronavirus-prevention-control-for-farms/

Cornell CALS

June 25th: 

The NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets has provided a grant to assist NYS producers in obtaining food safety training required for compliance with the Food Safety & Modernization Act. Cornell CALS and the Produce Safety Alliance are now offering this training on-line to producers during this time of COVID-19 for a discounted price of $60. For more information and to enroll please visit the page below. 

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/06/24/grant-assists-nys-producers-in-obtaining-fsma-food-safety-training/

May 27th: 

We have created short videos in Spanish and English that outline information about the virus that causes COVID-19, and strategies employees can adopt to protect themselves and others. These videos include subtitles and cover the following topics:

  • Why COVID-19 is not a foodborne virus
  • What to do if symptoms appear
  • Mitigations strategies employees can adopt:
    • Social distancing at work and at home
    • Hand washing
    • Avoid touching the face
    • Wearing face coverings
    • Where employees can go to find answers

We encourage the industry to utilize these videos by displaying them on their closed circuit video systems in the workplace, or through other outlets.

You can find the YouTube links here:

ENGLISH:



SPANISH:

April 29th:

Best Management Practices for U-Pick Farms

https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/blogs.cornell.edu/di...

April 20th: 

Using Online Marketing to Build Resilience:

https://smallfarms.cornell.edu/2020/04/using-onlin...

Building Farm Resilience in this Crisis:

https://smallfarms.cornell.edu/2020/03/building-farm-resilience-in-this-crisis/

Cornell Pesticide Management Education

May 11th:

Pesticide Use Guidance During COVID-19

http://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/05/08/cornell-pesticide-management-education-program-provides-pesticide-use-guidance-during-covid-19/

Department of Agriculture and Markets

Ongoing: COVID-19 Updates (What you need to Know):

https://agriculture.ny.gov/coronavirus

ENYCHP

June 9th: 

New York State requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.

Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development are offering a “NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support” webinar series with specialized webinars for Dairy/Livestock/Crop Farms, Fruit/Vegetable Farms, Retail Farms, Equine Farms and Greenhouse/Landscaping/Ornamental Farms.

The webinars, led by Extension specialists, will:

Walk farmers through the need for and process to complete a safety plan as is required by all businesses for compliance with NY Forward

Demonstrate project tools developed by Extension to write and complete a plan

Share curated resources for specific industries

WEBINAR Recordings: 

Recording links for past webinars (listed below) will be posted on the Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development NY Forward Business Safety Plans page.

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Dairy/Livestock/Crop) Farms

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Fruit/Vegetable) Farms

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Retail) Farms : 7:00 – 8:00 PM

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Greenhouse/Landscaping/Ornamental) Farms :

NY Forward Business Safety Plan Support for (Equine) Farms : 

Updates:

http://cceclinton.org/agriculture/enychp-covid-19-update-changes

Food Industry Resources

Food Industry Virtual Office Hours

Thursday, August 6, 2020 | 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm (EDT)

Join us for a Q & A and facilitated discussion to address questions from the food industry on COVID-19. Speak directly to subject matter experts in sanitation, epidemiology, microbiology, virology, food safety culture, business continuity and the food safety of dairy foods, fresh fruits and vegetables, and processed foods and beverages. General food industry virtual office hours are now being offered every other week.

Do you have a question for the panel but do not want to ask it live? You can submit questions in advance:

1) When you register,

2) Anonymously on the IFS@CU website ( instituteforfoodsafety.cornell.edu/content/submit-question-virtual-office-hours), or

3) Via email (mail to: foodsafety@cornell.edu).

Visit the IFS@CU's website (instituteforfoodsafety.cornell.edu/coronavirus-covid-19/virtual-office-hours) to learn more about upcoming sessions.

Intended audience: Open to anyone in the food industry from farm to fork.

Cost: Free

Registration required: cornell.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrfu2oqjMsGtE0H8FANT9BWKLfTflsieqB

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with information to join the session.

Subject matter experts on the panel

Cornell University:

Dr. Sam Alcaine, Assistant Professor

Dr. Olga Padilla-Zakour, Professor

Mr. Rob Ralyea, M.S., Senior Extension Associate

Mr. Tommy Saunders, M.S. Extension Associate

Dr. Aljosa Trmcic, Extension Associate

Dr. Martin Wiedmann, Gellert Family Professor in Food Safety

Ecolab, Inc.:

Dr. Tatiana Lorca, RD&E Food Safety & Quality Program Leader, Global Food & Beverage

Food Industry Resources on COVID-19

Looking for more information on COVID-19 as it relates to your food business?

We are keeping our website (instituteforfoodsafety.cornell.edu/coronavirus-covid-19/food-industry-resources) updated with current information and resources on COVID-19 for the food industry.

Need assistance finding resources on the IFS@CU website?

Reach out to us directly at foodsafety@cornell.edu.

Consumer Resources on COVID-19

We have a new video FAQ available in our series highlighting some of the questions that we get asked the most. This latest video answers the question: Should I use chemicals to disinfect produce?

To view the other videos in the COVID-19 FAQs Series, visit Consumer Resources on our website.


June 23rd: 

Training Videos on COVID-19 for Food Processing Employees:

In collaboration with CCE Harvest NY, the Dairy Foods Extension Program and the Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University, Cornell Cooperative Extension is pleased to announce the release of free, 10-minute training videos for food processing employees. This training is available in both English and Spanish and covers background information about the virus causing COVID-19 as well as prevention and control strategies to mitigate the spread of the virus. Participants who watch the video and complete a knowledge-check will receive an email of completion that can be utilized as a training record. English and Spanish versions are available.

You can access this training by visiting the Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University’s website or by following the links below.

English: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3CoTQuOrxpQX7w1

Spanish: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6WMNc97mj5o6rNH

Training Videos on COVID-19 for Food Processing Employees

In collaboration with CCE Harvest NY, the Dairy Foods Extension Program and the Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University, we are pleased to announce the release of free, 10-minute training videos for food processing employees. This training is available in both English and Spanish and covers background information about the virus causing COVID-19 as well as prevention and control strategies to mitigate the spread of the virus. Participants who watch the video and complete a knowledge-check will receive an email of completion that can be utilized as a training record. English and Spanish versions are available.

You can access this training by visiting the IFS@CU website or by following the links below.

English: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3CoTQuOrxpQX7w1

Spanish: https://cornell.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_6WMNc97mj5o6rNH

For any additional questions on the training, reach out to Louise Felker ( lmf226@cornell.edu).

COVID-19 What We've Learned -- Best Practices for the Food Industry

Joined by colleagues from universities and organizations across the U.S., the IFS@CU has hosted 25 sessions of Virtual Office Hours to address food industry questions on COVID-19 since the end of March. This webinar will provide an overview of what we have learned, reviewing the best practices for the food industry.

You can access the webinar on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pmjn9gj9dP0

Need assistance finding resources on the IFS@CU website?

Reach out to us directly at foodsafety@cornell.edu.

May 27th:

Complete Listing From Institute for Food Safety at Cornell University

https://instituteforfoodsafety.cornell.edu/coronavirus-covid-19/food-industry-resources/

April 13th:

Updated Interim Guidance for Cleaning and Disinfection of Food Manufacturing Facilities or Food Retail Stores for COVID-19.

http://cceclinton.org/resources/updated-interim-guidance-for-cleaning-disinfection-of-food-manufacturing

April 3rd:

How to Apply for SNAP:

https://hungersolutionsny.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Statewide-SNAP-COVID19-flyer-3_25_2020.pdf

April 3rd:

Hunger Solutions New York is working to provide updates that can help schools, community organizations, and families mitigate the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus) on the food security of low-income people.

https://hungersolutionsny.org/covid-19/

April 3rd:

Cornell CALS has created a Food Industry Resource. Please see the link below

https://instituteforfoodsafety.cornell.edu/coronavirus-covid-19/food-industry-resources/

April 2nd:

North Carolina State Extension has developed a Food Safety Resource. Please see the link below.

https://foodsafety.ces.ncsu.edu/covid-19-resources/

April 1st:

Adirondack Harvest has created a list of local food producers who continue to serve the community during COVID-19. The pick-up/delivery list is searchable and you certainly could share it, hint-hint!

https://adirondackharvest.com/special-covid-19-services/

Learning opportunities: Free

PennState Extension is offering 56 online classes for free. If you have been interested in learning about everything from beekeeping to growing raspberries and blackberries, pruning ornamental trees and shrubs to new lawn establishment and much more, then now's the time. Find all classes listed at the link below.

https://extension.psu.edu/shopby/online-courses

Marketing/Business Resources

New York Farm Net

March 31st: Managing Financial Stress on the Farm in Uncertain Times

https://cpb-us-e1.wpmucdn.com/blogs.cornell.edu/dist/9/8787/files/2020/03/COVID-Financial-Stress-on-the-Farm-Final.pdf

New York Forward Business Safety Plan

New York State requires businesses to have a specific business safety plan in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes all farms, both food and non-food producing. In addition, a well-written and executed business safety plan will help reduce business liability risk during and after the pandemic. A Cornell Task Force recently developed materials to directly support farms in the plan writing process.

http://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/ny-forward-business-safety-plan/

North Country Regional Ag Team

July 14th: 

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July 13th: 

Greenhouse, ornamental, and landscape industry! Check out this webinar on Safety Plan considerations. watch the link here:

https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/NY+Forward+Business+Safety+Plan+Support+for+(Greenhouse+Landscaping+Ornamental)+Farms/1_521ka17y?fbclid=IwAR1V09UDX7uUmS_FsKx5y5BGA-0056nWxXTV_wWOfJLKRTz5SMLzfCfR8IM#t=9:40

July 6th: 

EQUINE BUSINESSES- with show season coming, be prepared and make sure you are complying with the new rules. Watch the webinar at the link below.

https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/Clip+of+NY+Forward+Business+Safety+Plan+Support+for+(Equine)+FarmsA/1_t3r3jelu?fbclid=IwAR1817cO4Jk2u7-dQBoPot_K5S9h4QsbG6b23IByXl2lttb43PTgz1ukNCY

July 2nd: 

Do you have questions about calf disbudding and pain management? Watch this quick podcast interview with Dr. Sarah Adcock about best management practices and how to meet the FARM Program Version 4.0 requirements for disbudding calves.

June 29th: 

NYS Safety Plans for the Retail Agriculture Industry: Recording

https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/Clip+of+NY+Forward+Business+Safety+Plan+Support+for+(Retail)+Farms/1_q3yssxen?fbclid=IwAR3DvQwDi-m2E7W0rb3uLtRYic-kllURSSMPJLEHndbAeMna5XS4Z1mTrrE#t=005:35

June 24th: 

June 23rd: 

Weekly Update:

Crops:

  • Commence the rain dancing. ‘Abnormally dry’ classification by the Drought Monitor folks continues all across the North Country. Map is found here. They’re considering labelling portions of this area as a D1 drought because of continued dryness. Dry soils are now causing corn seedlings to roll and for some herbicide applications to fail.

Dairy:

  • Finalizing details for DAP calf management discussion group
  • Continuing to interview industry professionals for YouTube content
  • Working on a plan to distribute NY Business Safety Reopening Plan templates to Amish communities across the North Country
  • Developing a virtual discussion group program to target high school students and focus on communication in the dairy industry (“Digital Dairy Prospects”) to be run this Fall in multiple counties

Farm Business Management:

  • REMINDER: NY Farm Bureau (I confirmed this with the President) is offering ALL OF ITS COVID-19 related information to ALL FARMERS on their website. They want everyone to be aware and involved. Feel free to direct farmers there - they can all access it here is the link: https://www.nyfb.org/news/covid-19-news

Risk Mgmt/EMPLOYEE SAFETY:

Business Mgmt and Funding:

  • PPP UPDATE PRESS RELEASE application deadline is STILL JUNE 30 th, 2020-Changes include:
    • NEW EZ Forgiveness Application HERE - You can use this application for loan forgiveness if:
      • Are self-employed and have no employees; OR
      • Did not reduce the salaries or wages of their employees by more than 25%, and did not reduce the number or hours of their employees; OR
      • Experienced reductions in business activity as a result of health directives related to COVID-19 and did not reduce the salaries or wages of their employees by more than 25%
    • Increased time to use PPP monies
    • Reduced percentage required to be used on payroll
    • Increase in loan maturity and extended deferral period

Stress Management:

June 19th: 

Recording of the webinar for Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops on NY Safety Plans:

https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/Clip+of+NY+For...

June 3rd: 

June edition of the North Country Ag Advisor

https://nydairyadmin.cce.cornell.edu/pdf/newsletter/pdf262_pdf.pdf?fbclid=IwAR11n5MgnOnsk9g8mw19AmP_asA8gCNlaLtfFmwqYh0-6QYxp1VWkmoL-ok

June 2nd:

1st Cutting Alfalfa-Grass Quality Report

https://blogs.cornell.edu/northcountryregionalagteam/2020/06/03/june-2-2020-1st-cutting-alfalfa-grass-quality-report/?fbclid=IwAR0-VlrHAZncdU27Xhvb6sCb94UgHPptBZuYh_Euoiin-VWxEhOb2quV2DM

June 1st: 

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https://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/ny-forward-business-safety-plan/

May 28th: 

LERT: NEW STATE GUIDANCE FOR FARMS TO PREVENT/RESPOND to COVID-19 Cornell Agricultural Workforce Development

http://agworkforce.cals.cornell.edu/…/important-state-guid…/

https://agriculture.ny.gov/…/agm-doh_covid19_cleaningfarm.p…

May 14th: 

Ongoing: North Country Regional Ag Team has a YouTube Channel and will be uploading timely materials in the days and weeks ahead. To check out previous videos and or to subscribe to be alerted when new videos are posted, please visit:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxb3fv12XdCA3GjuDsfkM3Q?fbclid=IwAR3CA_vDPvSTLFhhu1ql_QRU9_6DLyXnk6UkrokFV0ERwoWJuflUGYjIOt4


Ongoing: North Country Regional Ag Team Blog:

https://blogs.cornell.edu/northcountryregionalagteam/


Ongoing: North Country Regional Ag Team FB Page:

https://www.facebook.com/NorthCountryRegionalAgTeam/

Pro-Dairy

Cornell's Pro-Dairy Program has started a limited podcast series discussing how farmers are adapting during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

https://soundcloud.com/user-846439092/cornell-prod...

Resources for Dairy Farmers

Ongoing: 

COVID-19 Resources for Dairy Farmers:

http://cceclinton.org/resources/covid-19-resources-for-dairy-farmers

Resources for Farmworkers

April 9th:

Reliable Resources for Spanish- & English-Speaking Farmworkers about COVID-19 https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/04/08/reliable-resources-for-spanish-english-speaking-farmworkers-about-covid-19/

USDA

April 13th:

USDA Addresses Milk Dumping

https://rma.usda.gov/en/News-Room/Press/Press-Releases/2020-News/USDA-Addresses-Milk-Dumping-Authorizes-Other-Flexibilities-To-Help-Producers-Amid-Pandemic?fbclid=IwAR3QIAkdV7Nnk-bd_XMEkv_u7lxJuG6AK_iqy1Y_BLJLquZf6B41x5swBys

Ongoing:

Coronavirus Homepage: 

https://www.farmers.gov/coronavirus

Webinars Recordings:

April 17: 

Discussion on what the beef markets are looking right now and how they've been affected by the pandemic. Information is not just for beef producers, but for dairy producers to keep in mind, because of the impact on cull cow prices and marketing. Please find the video at the link below. 

https://vod.video.cornell.edu/media/t/1_la1lmpe2

The COVID-19 and Your Produce Farm webinar, provides steps that produce farm managers and individuals working with fruit and vegetable farms should consider to protect their workforce, their business, and their markets.

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/2020/04/09/covid-19-and-your-produce-farm-webinar-recording/

Last updated August 4, 2020