CWC to offer Small Scale Farming & Planning Management course

JACKSON, Wyo. — If you are ready to start or expand your small-scale farm, Central Wyoming College’s Small Scale Farming & Planning Management course is for you.

In this course, students will develop a business plan for a new prospective agricultural enterprise. Each week the course will cover a different topic such as creating a mission and vision for their business, developing a budget and marketing plan and making decisions about how to structure their business and what you want to produce. Students will then weave those elements together into a cohesive business plan as a final product for this course.

Instructors of the course include Kyle Trumble (MBA), team member of Wind River Startup Challange, Ethan Page, farm manager/ instructor at Wind River Farm Incubator and Keith Durren, Instructor of Agriculture at Central Wyoming College.

Course Details: 

AECL 2100: Integrated Resource Managment

Aug. 24 – Dec. 7

Tuesdays 6 – 8 p.m.via ZOOM

Cost: $468 (3 credits, in- state tuition)

For more information or to register, contact CWC Lander at 307.332.3394 or email

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Central Wyoming College is a community college that offers both associate's and bachelor's degrees and serves Fremont, Hot Springs, and Teton Counties Our main campus is located in Riverton, Wyoming and we have outreach centers in Lander, Jackson, and Dubois, each with programming designed to serve their communities

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