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Solid Ground Farmer Trainings 


Feb. 15th (Snow Date Feb. 16th) - Protecting Your Farm Assets, Reducing Agritourism Business Risks The Community Room @ Janet Carlson Calvert Library, 5 Tyler Drive Franklin, CT. Free program. No registration required. Additional info: Connecticut Farm Bureau Assoc. (860) 768-1100


Feb. 22nd - Free One-on-One Farmer Advising Session with Agribusiness Professionals, 4-8:30pm at Tolland County Extension Center, Contact: or 860-875-3331


Feb. 23rd - Tobacco Conference at Scout Hall in East Windsor


Feb. 25thCommon Ground Gardening Series: Warm Weather Crops, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM, Neighborhood Housing Services of New Haven 333 Sherman Ave, New Haven, 203-562-0598


Feb. 27th - EPA Worker Protection Standard For Agricultural Pesticides - What Owners and Employers Need to Know? 9:30 AM - 12 PM, Middlesex County Extension Center, Haddam, CT, Contact: or 860-570-9010

Using Crop Insurance to Manage Risk

Crop insurance covers losses from disasters such as drought, hail, frost, hurricanes, excessive moisture, fire, insects and plant disease and wildlife damage. A new generation of crop insurance provides whole farm revenue protection as well. The sites listed below provide information on the features and benefits of crop insurance.

Crop Insurance Fact Sheets


Crop Insurance Fact Sheets (SPANISH VERSIONS)


Disaster Fact Sheets


Information on Connecticut crop insurance

Crop Insurance Agent Locator


These sites provide general information on crop insurance. Each site opens the door to an array of related topics.


The Farm Risk Management and Crop Insurance website has been developed as part of a Targeted States Crop Insurance Education/Information Partnership conducted by the University of Connecticut Cooperative Extension System in collaboration with the Connecticut Department of Agriculture and the Risk Management Agency, U.S. Department of Agriculture.


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