Lake Erie Regional Grape Program Enrollment

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  • Crop Management
  • Market Development
  • Farm Business

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BUSINESS MANAGEMENT   •   CULTURAL PRACTICES   •   IPM   •   VINE NUTRITION & SOILS

Partnership Agreement

Kevin Martin, Extension Educator, Business Management
Lake Erie Regional Grape Program

March 6, 2014

Please take a look at the following sample partnership agreement. The agreement is designed to serve as a template to foster discussion regarding issues that need to be considered in any partnership, particularly one involving multiple generations with disparate goals. At twelve pages long, there is a lot there. Take a look at each section heading, which highlights the necessary sections. Language within those sections should be changed based on individual circumstances.  As such, this partnership agreement should not be construed as a valid legal document or legal advice. Use it to inspire decisions about the way you want your future partnership, LLC or Corporation to look. 


Upcoming Events

LERGP Coffee Pot Meeting #5

Event Offers DEC Credits

May 25, 2022
Silver Creek, NY

Come join us for discussion on pertinent and timely vineyard topics and issues.  Enjoy good company, coffee and donuts!

LERGP Coffee Pot Meeting #6

Event Offers DEC Credits

June 1, 2022
Ripley, NY

Come join us for discussion on pertinent and timely vineyard topics and issues.  Enjoy good company, coffee and donuts!

LERGP JUNE Virtual Evening Coffee Pot Meeting

June 8, 2022

Please come join the LERGP team for discussion on your vineyards.  NY and PA pesticide credits have been applied for.

Announcements

Variable rate fruit thinning video on MyEV

https://www.efficientvineyard.com/blog/variable-rate-fruit-thinning-for-concord-crop-load-balance

Assess Your Freeze Damage

Assess Your Freeze Damage with a MyEV data Collector- By Terry Bates

Freeze damage across eastern U.S. vineyards was highly variable this week depending on the stage of bud development, air temperatures, and vineyard location. Assessing bud damage over the next two weeks will help growers determine the size and variation in crop potential, adjust management practices, and record damage for crop insurance. In this video, Terry Bates shows you how to set up and use a MyEV data collector and a smartphone to collect and map freeze damage observations in your vineyard.


Recorded Coffee Pot Meetings

You may not be able to obtain Pesticide License Recertification points but you can gain plenty of valuable information by watching the coffee pot meetings if you missed them! We have had some special guest speakers sharing valuable information with us!

Click the link below for access to all of the recorded LERGP Coffee Pot Meetings!

Recorded LERGP Coffee Pot Meetings

Hand sanitizer and Masks Still Available

Hand Sanitizer and Face Masks Still Available

It's not too late! If you haven't picked up your free NYS Clean hand sanitizer and washable Hanes masks, you still can. All farms in New York are eligible to request supplies. Click on this link to make the request. We will set up a time for you to come pick up the supplies at CLEREL in Portland.

LERGP Podcasts- check them out!

LERGP POD CASTS

Loaner Sensor Program

The loaner sensor program will not be available this growing season in light of the COVID -19 protocols.  We offer our sincere apologies




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