Category:  2009 Program

 

2009 Program Background

About the 2009 AgOptions Program Nearly 50 farmers in the mountain region recently received funding totaling $225,000 from Western North Carolina Agricultural Options to demonstrate ways to enhance farm businesses. The $3,000, $6,000 and $9,000 awards will help farm operations stay viable in the rapidly changing economy. “It is exciting to see the wide variety […]

Continue reading...

2009 Program

In February 2009, the WNC Agricultural Options Program awarded $3,000 to 20 area farmers, $6,000 to 23 farmers and $9,000 to 3 farmers who are diversifying or expanding their operations. The funds offer incentive for farmers to improve their operations as well as demonstrate exemplary practices & successful techniques to the agricultural community. View the […]

Continue reading...

2009 Counties

Click any county for details, or use these links: Avery (1)   ::   Buncombe (7)   ::   Cherokee (2)   ::   Cherokee Reservation (2) Clay (2)   ::   Graham (1)   ::   Haywood (4)   ::   Henderson (1)   ::   Jackson (2) Macon (1)   ::   Madison (6)   ::   McDowell (1)   ::   Mitchell (7)   ::   Polk (1) Swain (2)   ::   Transylvania (1)   ::   Watauga (1)   ::   Yancey (4)

Continue reading...

2009 Topics

In February 2009, the WNC Agricultural Options Program awarded $3,000 to 20 area farmers, $6,000 to 23 farmers and $9,000 to 3 farmers who are diversifying or expanding their operations. The funds offer incentive for farmers to improve their operations as well as demonstrate exemplary practices & successful techniques to the agricultural community. Select a […]

Continue reading...

2009 Topics

In February 2009, the WNC Agricultural Options Program awarded $3,000 to 20 area farmers, $6,000 to 23 farmers and $9,000 to 3 farmers who are diversifying or expanding their operations. The funds offer incentive for farmers to improve their operations as well as demonstrate exemplary practices & successful techniques to the agricultural community. Select a […]

Continue reading...