The article describes the purpose, conception, development, implementation, and evaluation of a series of workshops to support small/medium farms in a five-county area of northeastern North Carolina. Each of the workshops had a variety of topics to interest small and medium-sized farmers or those entering agriculture or agribusiness fields. The workshops, under a grant by the Golden Leaf Foundation, were to spur entrepreneurship within a rural, economically depressed region and implemented by an alliance of the Pasquotank County Center of the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service and the School of Business & Economics at Elizabeth City State University.
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Campbell, T., & Barrett, H. (2008). Increasing Entrepreneurship in Agriculture in an Economically Depressed Region. The Journal of Extension, 46(5), Article 12. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol46/iss5/12