The North Carolina Cooperative Extension will host the Sandhills Farm School in 2014.
Organizers at N.C. State University in Raleigh say the school is will help beginning and transitioning farmers operate successful farms. Information circulated about the seven-month school says seven business planning seminars will give farmers skills necessary to craft a business plan for an economically-sustainable farm enterprise.
The school also includes seven field trips to working farms, led by innovative, experienced farmers and agricultural professionals.
The Sandhills Farm School is coordinated through the Moore County Cooperative Extension, and more information is available at 910-947-3188 or locally from the Cooperative Extension office on W. Main St. in Troy.