The Hawai'i Women Farmers Network (WFN)
Updated: Oct 10
The Hawaii Women Farmers Network (WFN) is now accepting applications for our Farm Viability Training. This 12 week, cohort-based training will connect local farm business owners with the information, tools, and skills they need to set financial targets, track cost of production, and use key metrics to assess performance, manage risk, and guide decision making.
The training will include one-on-one consultations with The Kitchen Table Consultants, an in-person training on Hawaii Island on November 5-6th, followed by virtual sessions and coursework you can finish at your own pace. Upon completing this cohort, farm business owners will develop competency in bookkeeping consistency, financial analysis, opportunity assessment, budgeting, goal setting and the ability to assess challenges, adjust operations, and evaluate progress to improve their risk management decision making and economic viability.
A stipend of $500 is available for selected cohort members. To inquire about more information and receive an application, please visit: farmviability.oahurcd.org or email: India@oahurcd.org.
Farm and Community Engagement Coordinator
Oahu Resource Conservation and Development Council