Healthy Farm Business Partnerships


MP3 download of workshop audio from MOSES 2019. PowerPoint slides from the presentation may be available on the conference website.

Workshop Session: Friday III

A healthy farm partnership should include an exit strategy in case that partnership ends. This is especially true for women, who may have to leave the farm and the work and finances that go with it. Get advice to help you develop a strong partnership plan that protects you, your family, and your farm.

Bridget Holcomb heads WFAN, a nonprofit that supports women in a just food system through individual and community power.

Linda Halley, a longtime organic farmer, currently manages Gwenyn Hill Farm, a 400-acre Wisconsin farm transitioning to organic.

Angie  Sullivan is the agriculture program supervisor and organic and specialty crop consultant for the Wisconsin Dept. of
Trade and Consumer Protection.

Rachel Armstrong is the founder and head of Farm Commons, a nonprofit legal education organization dedicated to empowering farmers with business law.

Margaret Smith is an Iowa farmer and an agronomist for
Albert Lea Seed.