risk management practices to improve economic viability with 80 socially
disadvantaged producers in San Elizario, Texas “; accomplished its essential tasks and
objectives, and is met or exceed end-of-project milestones.
project incorporated 38 classroom-style workshops and discussions around
concrete scenarios. Hands-on trainings in 9 field demonstrations to reinforce
Technical on farm field
demonstrations assistance were provided to participants project farmers to
identify, analyze, and implement appropriate risk management strategies. A
total of 56 One-on-one technical assistance were provided with visits by the
field coordinators and co-director to address specific issues.
had 87 participants; these limited-resource farmers will expand production and
apply Risk Management for food safety and financial advancement. Evaluation of
Huerto Amistad collective achievements through surveys, evaluation forms,
interviews, focus groups, observations and conversations demonstrated how
family-scale farming can overcome structural inequities to improve food access,
health, and economic outcomes.
On this project
out of the 87 participants, that completed any part of our training program:
100% (87/87) will implement business and strategic planning; 95% (87/83) understand
food safety liability; 100% (87/87) will implement product and enterprise
diversification; 100% (87/87) will implement marketing plans and strategies.
Number of Participants: 87
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REPORTS & EVALUATIONS
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