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Farmer Veteran Coalition has announced a new discount partnership, this time with SpotOn Fence!
Summer is nearly here! Your staff here at the Farmer Veteran Coalition head office in Waco, TX have been humming like a hive of worker bees developing national programs for our membership at large, as well as our state chapters. Here are a few updates for you.
Receiving a Fellowship Fund award through the generous funding support of The Wounded Warrior Project has meant that their family farm will be able to finally buy the UTV they have been saving for and get closer to meeting their goals set out in their 10-year business plan.
FVC has received a four-year Mental Health Awareness Training Grant from the Department of Health and Human Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA).
NAP will partially cover losses related to crop production, but not losses to the actual plant. For example, if a NAP-covered strawberry field experienced extreme damage due to an extreme drought, NAP payments would only cover the loss of income due to reduced production — not the damage to the strawberry plant itself.
Today we focus on one of those opportunities in more detail with the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) and its workplace-giving initiative. The Arlington, Va.-based NRECA, represents more than 900 consumer-owned, not-for-profit electric cooperatives…
Farmer Veteran Coalition’s Webinar “Brown Bag Lunch: ERP-2 Webinar FAQs with Texas FSA’s Joshua Coleman”
The Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC) has been at the forefront of supporting military veterans who are transitioning into careers in agriculture. In our ongoing efforts