NC Growing Together’s partners are developing practical tools for producers and buyers to make it easier to do business together. These materials are available for general use; however, please credit them where appropriate.
NCGT works with producers of all kinds across the supply chain, including vegetable farmers; meat producers; dairy, cheese, and egg producers; food hubs; and others. We also partner with dozens of wholesale buyers, distributors, and others across the supply chain.
If you don’t find what you are looking for here, feel free to contact our project staff and we’ll be happy to connect you with our tools and resources!
Browse webinars, tools, and resources below or on our Resources for Producers page.
- Season Extension: November 21, Jefferson, NC Buyer Presentations Emily Edmonds
- Breaking Down the Cost of Pastured Chicken (2016) Emily Edmonds
- Breaking Down the Cost of Pastured Pork (2016) Emily Edmonds
- FAQ Sheet for Beginning Niche Meat Producers (2016) Emily Edmonds
- NC Processors That Slaughter, Process, & Vacuum Package For Farmers (2016) Emily Edmonds
- NC Statewide Niche Meat Survey Results by County (2016) Emily Edmonds
- 2016 Extension Conference: Train-the-Trainer Session for Postharvest Handling Workshops Emily Edmonds
- Postharvest Handling PowerPoint Presentation (2016) Emily Edmonds
- For Artisan Cheesemakers: What to Ask and What to Expect When Working with Distributors and Retailers NC Growing Together
- Financial and Business Resources for Food Entrepreneurs and Farms in North Carolina NC Growing Together
- HACCP General Documentation Template NC Growing Together
- Dirigo Food Safety’s 12 Steps of HACCP NC Growing Together
- On-Farm Infrastructure Toolkit NC Growing Together
- Cheese Business Resource Guide Emily Edmonds
- Guide to Social & Online Media for Producers in Wholesale Markets Emily Edmonds
- Guide to Pinterest for Farm & Food Businesses Emily Edmonds
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Looking for cold storage or processing facilities?
Check out the Local Food Supply Chain Infrastructure Map.
You can search by region or by business type to find multiple supply chain points for local foods: simply use the dropdown menu at the bottom of the map to search.