As Iowa and the nation face the continuing impacts of the pandemic, advance health care planning is increasingly vital, says Jeongeun Lee, an Iowa State University assistant professor and extension specialist in human development and family studies.
Specialists with ISU Extension and Outreach will discuss federal funding available for livestock and crop producers.
The 2020 cash rent survey shows another increase, but recent economic factors could still weigh heavily, says Alejandro Plastina, associate professor and extension economist at Iowa State University.
Farm financial associates can help producers get a fresh perspective on their financial situation. The associates are available through the Farm Financial Planning Program at Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.
Make sure your business is taking full advantage of online marketing and sales, with information from this webinar, sponsored by ISU Extension and Outreach and Iowa Small Business Development Centers.
Follow these business-related podcasts and webinars to learn more about re-opening in Iowa.
The foodservice industry has been particularly hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic as schools, restaurants and other food-serving establishments remain closed. To help foodservice workers navigate this crisis, ISU Extension and Outreach’s family finance program specialists are providing one-on-one financial conversations.
Register now for an April 17 webinar to learn more about legislative and economic policy related to COVID-19. The webinar also will be recorded and available for viewing from the CALT or Ag Decision Maker websites by Monday, April 20.
Most Iowa State University Extension and Outreach in-person events throughout the state through May 31 have been canceled. However, ISU Extension and Outreach remains committed to serving Iowans during the COVID-19 pandemic. For information on specific events, please contact your ISU Extension and Outreach county office. (Audio file available.)
Social distancing, self-isolation, quarantine: the changes from COVID-19 can be hard to handle. However, Iowans can turn to Iowa Concern for help, says Tammy Jacobs, coordinator for the long-time service from Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. (Audio file available.)