Kona Coffee Council

Record Keeping Workshop

  • 13 Mar 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • CTAHR conference room
It seems producers always need records for something; to get a loan, or for taxes, or because the law requires it for spraying chemicals, or to be “organic”. Good records are a prerequisite for crop insurance & disaster assistance and to help make better decisions in growing crops & for running your farm as a business.

Dr. Stuart Nakamoto, Extension Economist of UH CTAHR will talk about:
• Getting started with recordkeeping
• Organizing farm receipts, papers and notes
• Utilizing a record keeping workbook to create or modify your existing system

Participants who preregister will receive a free binder of recordkeeping forms. You will learn how to use those forms in your own recordkeeping system. Record keeping workbooks are courtesy of the USDA Risk Management Agency and the Risk Management-Hawaii and LIFE programs at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources.

To sign up or for more information:
call Didi at 887-6183 or email mddiaz@hawaii.edu or call your extension agent,
Andrea Kawabata at 322-4894 or email at andreak@hawaii.edu
DEADLINE:4:30 PM ON FRIDAY (03/09/2012)

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