Food and Animal SystemsAgriculture, Fruit & Nuts
Product development educatorAgriculture, Business, Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Food Business & Regulation, Tourism, Farm & Farmers Markets, Safe Food & Water
Business ManagementBusiness, Business Development, Entrepreneurship, Food Business & Regulation, Tourism, Farm & Farmers Markets, Safe Food & Water
Resolve to get business counseling in the New Year
The MSU Product Center is the go-to place for food, agriculture, bio-economy, and natural resources-based business counseling.
Considering a new winery or hard cider business? Attend the March Winery Development Pre-Conference
Prospective winery licensees can learn to start a Michigan winery at the one-day winery development conference on March 4, 2015 at Michigan State University.
New wine hybrid grape vineyard establishment cost resource published
The first-ever Cost of Establishment and Production of Hybrid Grapes has been developed based on 2013 industry values.
Wine V. vinifera grape vineyard establishment cost resource updated
Cornell University’s Cost of Establishment and Production of V. vinifera Grapes has been revised based on 2013 industry values.
Creating an online Profile easy as 1, 2, 3, 4 on the New MarketMaker: Part 2
Food-related business operators can easily set up online profiles on the new and improved MarketMaker in just a few steps.
Do you run a food-related business? Check out the new MarketMaker web tool: Part 1
MarketMaker has a new look and has been updated with new search features to link food markets across the U.S.
Building community in Community Supported Agriculture through information technology
Community Supported Agriculture operator uses of information technology vary with by market or social orientation.
Spring off-campus MSU plant science course enrollment deadline nears
Plant Science certificate programs are being offered at northwest and southwest Michigan community college locations this spring by Michigan State University Institute of Agricultural Technology.
Farm-to school success through juvenile center – university community supported agriculture
Residents of the Berrien County Juvenile Center enjoy more fresh fruits and vegetables through the Michigan Farm to School Grant Program and Andrews University CSA.
Northern grapes project webinar series starts soon
A variety of production, enology and marketing topics are scheduled for the Northern Grapes Project webinar series which runs from November 2014 to April 2015.