Tribal Experts from REDW and Business Consultants from KÂ·Coe Isom Teamed Up to Help Native Agribusinesses RAMP Up
While so many unknowns can make 2021 planning a challenge, it is possible to assess your business potential, minimize risks, and capture opportunities. Â You just have to know where to look, and how to be ready.
Agriculture continues to be vital to Native economies and sovereignty, and so in late 2020 REDW teamed up with Food & Ag business consultants from KÂ·Coe Isom to deliver professional insights for healthy ag operations and planning across Indian Country. Over the course of this weekly webinar series that ran from November 30 through December 21, 2020, our combined team of experts covered:
- Ag business planning
- Farm and risk management
- Financial strategies
- Potential opportunities
… all in the context of tribal communities, whose cultural and economic survival are closely connected to their agricultural practices.
Presentation Slides and Recordings
To review each of the available slide presentations, click its title below. To view recordings of each session, click here.
|11-30-2020||Ag Industry Panel Discussion||REDW:Â Anthony Gerlach|
Navajo Agricultural Products Industry (NAPI):Â Dave Zeller
KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Peter Martin, Laura Sands, Bryce Gibbs, Alan Grafton
|12-4-2020||How to Stop Missing Marketing Opportunities||REDW:Â Brian Foltyn|
KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Chris Haverkamp, Eric Osterhaus
|12-7-2020||Engagement and Talent Development Strategies||REDW:Â Lisa Enkoff|
KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Bart Nichols
|12-11-2020||Farm Program Eligibility During Tough Times||KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Matthew Farrell, Brian Kuehl|
|12-14-2020||Renewable Energy and Land Conservation Strategies||KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Robert Veldman|
|12-18-2020||Strategic Planning||REDW:Â Corrine Wilson, Colaine Curtis|
KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Peter Martin, Alan Grafton
|12-21-2020||Back Office Management Best Practices||REDW:Â Colaine Curtis|
KÂ·Coe Isom:Â Peter Martin, Chris Tozlian