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The Cultivating Success
program provides an opportunity to gain experience, knowledge and skills
in sustainable farming practices through a variety of courses offered in
cooperation with WSU and UI Extension.
Other courses recommended by Cultivating SuccessTM:
Level II Certificate
Choice of two other courses
recommended by the CS program:
* Cultivating Success TM understands that these options may not be best for everyone, and course substitutions may be possible. Please contact your Cultivating Success TM state coordinator to create a certificate option that best meets your personal needs.
The Cultivating Success TM Program is a sustainable, comprehensive, experiential education program aimed at increasing the number and fostering the success of sustainable, small farms and ranches in Washington and Idaho. The program is community-based partnership between university, non-profit organizations and agricultural and business agencies in Washington and Idaho. The program is comprised of a set of courses designed and/or included to meet specific learning objectives that are important for achieving sustainable, small farm and ranch enterprises. The courses can be taken individually or collectively for a certificate. They are offered in multiple locations and in a variety of formats that meet the needs of interested academic students, community members, beginning and existing farmers.
University of Idaho, Rural Roots, and Washington State University do not
discriminate on the basis race/ethnicity, color, creed, religion, national
origin, gender, sex orientation, age, marital status, the presence of any
sensory, mental, of physical disability, use of a trained guide dog or
service animal, disabled veteran or Vietnam-era veteran status in its
administration of educational policies, programs, or activities, or other
University administered programs or employment.