Join the National Agricultural Law Center for a free webinar to learn about the benefits of agricultural mediation and how it could positively impact your business or community.
The National Agricultural Law Center is hosting a free webinar entitled “Mediation as a Problem Solving Tool for Farmers and Agribusiness” on Wednesday, May 20, 2020 from 12:00 – 1:00pm. The webinar will explore (1) The range of situations in which mediation has been proven to helpful problem solving tool including emerging COVID-19 related issues; (2) How mediation works and what to expect from your mediator; (3) State Agricultural Mediation Programs
From the Law Center:
Operating an agricultural enterprise in today’s uncertain economic climate is both operationally challenging and personally taxing. Having to make complex business decisions while maintaining relationships with employees, business partners, neighbors, suppliers, creditors, and regulators, farmers are constantly having to solve problems. Mediation has been shown to be a helpful tool when making plans for the future or managing important relationships. Mediators have been helping farmers solve these problems for more than 35 years in a way that ensures confidentiality and allows producers to maintain their autonomy and independence.
What: Webinar discussing the benefits of benefits of agricultural mediation.
Who: Matt Strassberg, Director of the Environmental Mediation Center; Daniel Kos, Assistant ADR Coordinator for NYS Unified Court System; Lucy Pauley, Coordinator of the Wyoming Agriculture and Natural Resource Mediation Program
When: Wednesday, May 20, 2020 from 12:00 – 1:00pm.
Visit the event page for more information and to register for the webinar.