Growing a Legacy: Succession Planning Workshop
What you do today matters for tomorrow’s caretakers of your legacy. Thinking about what happens to your farm in 50 years may not be a daily consideration. But you can take one day, consider it, and change the course of your legacy. Join Purdue University’s Renee Wiatt, Dr. Maria Marshall and Dr. Michael Langemeier to learn more about how you can purposefully transition your life’s work and better understand the best path to succession planning while receiving recommendations from planning experts.
Please join us for the 2021 Small Farm Education Field Day and Webinar Series! On Wednesday, August 4th, Renee Wiatt and Maria Marshall will be discussing "Linking Markets to Production". Register and learn more here:
Numerous studies have shown that employee mental health and substance use affect productivity, employee satisfaction, and retention. Simultaneously, headlines describe the ongoing challenges to sustain workforces, even as demand for workers continues to rise. Purdue Extension addresses mental health and substance use concerns that affect Hoosiers by providing community education and prevention resources throughout Indiana. Purdue Extension is expanding these efforts by developing a curriculum to address mental health and substance use concerns for workplaces.
To achieve this goal, Purdue Extension wants to learn how employers and business leaders currently approach mental health and substance use issues in the workplace, and learn what supports businesses may need to address these issues. Purdue Extension invites you to share your perspectives through an electronic survey.
The CARES Act was passed in response to the coronavirus. This session will be a dialogue with Representative Roger Marshall regarding the agricultural provisions in the CARES Act. Senator Pat Roberts will also be participating. Other members from the Kansas delegation will be invited. Register at the link above.
The resources contained within this document are a culmination of state (Indiana) and federal efforts to combat the economic crisis created by the public health battle being waged against the novel coronavirus.
Included are topics of:
Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES Act)/H.R. 748
Families First Coronavirus Response Act (Public Law No: 116-127)
Small Business Economic Injury Disaster Loans (EIDL)