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Connecticut Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Maine Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Rhode Island Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Vermont Covid Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

How do I protect my employees? Where can I sell my produce now that my farmers market closed? Is there grant money available for my business? Despite the pandemic we find ourselves facing, New England has mobilized, and an incredible amount of resources have become available to food businesses and farmers to help provide financial relief as well as business guidance during this difficult time. This article is a list of resources as well as helpful advice on the laws that are in flux.

Covid-19 Resources for Farmers and Small Businesses

Resources for farmers and small food businesses responding to Covid-19.

Arias-Villano v. Chang & Sons Enterprises, Inc

Massachusetts Overtime Exemptions – What You Need to Know If you’re a farmer hiring employees in Massachusetts, navigating the rules of the road can be challenging. This blog post highlights a recent court ruling in the Commonwealth that could affect when farmers pay their workers overtime. Overtime laws require employers to pay one and a […]

Vermont’s Legal Food Hub has Launched!

Vermont Law School announces new Legal Food Hub.

At Legal Food Hub, attorneys help food businesses, pro bono

Mainebiz recently highlighted the Legal Food Hub in Maine.

New Workshops Help Farmers Navigate Employment Law

New England farmers looking to hire a farm apprentice or a few employees for the farming season face a web of confusing legal requirements. These requirements can be hard to navigate. For example, what types of farm work qualify for exemptions from minimum wage or overtime? When can a farmer have volunteers help on the […]

Connecticut Farmers and Local Food Businesses Welcome Legal Food Hub

Getting timely legal assistance can make all the difference for a farm, food business, or community organization. Just ask Suzie Flores and Jay Douglas of Stonington Kelp Company. Suzie and Jay, who operate their new kelp company in Long Island Sound, sought the Legal Food Hub’s help to form a business entity before their first […]