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Friday, December 6 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Agritourism and Adding Value - Cultivating Your Legally Resilient Farm

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Agritourism and Adding Value
  • How zoning codes can limit or prohibit these activities and what do next if the farm’s desired activities are constrained by regulations.
  • Legal considerations when doing on-farm events relative to liability, employment law, business structures, taxes, and land use regulation.
  • The farm’s obligations in terms of access to persons with disabilities
Thank you to WSARE for partial funding of the "Cultivating Your Legally Resilient Farm" workshop


Speakers
avatar for Rachel Armstrong

Rachel Armstrong

Attorney/Consultant, Farm Commons
My passion for farming goes way back to the days when I proudly proclaimed that I wanted to be a farmer when I grew up. I’ve lived out that dream in many ways, from working on farms to managing a community garden, starting a catering company that featured local foods and running... Read More →
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Alexis Bonogofsky

New Agrarian Program Northern Coordinator, Quivira Coalition
Alexis is a fourth-generation Montanan, sheep rancher, and New Agrarian Program Coordinator for the Quivira Coalition in the northern plains. She is also a freelance writer and photographer and lives and works along the Yellowstone River in southeastern Montana on her family’s ranch... Read More →
avatar for John Wicks

John Wicks

Tiber Ridge, Inc.

Sponsors and Supporters
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Western SARE

Fabian Menalledmenalled@montana.edu


Friday December 6, 2019 4:30pm - 5:20pm MST
Expedition/Venture Room

Attendees (5)