Open to all fresh produce farms
Wednesday, April 10th
-How GAPs impact produce safety?
-Why become GAP certified?
-Learn about Harmonized & Basic GAPs
-How does this apply to my farm operation?
Thursday, April 11th
-Begin writing a food safety plan that compiles with a USDA GAP Audit for your farm with help from New York State Agriculture & Markets
(BRING A LAPTOP COMPUTER)
LUNCH IS PROVIDED
This course is intended to improve your understanding of GAPs to guide assessment of risks and implementation of practices to reduce risks on fresh produce farms. -Taking this course will not result in your farm being "GAPs Certified". GAPs certification is done by a third party (e.g. USDA, Primus, Global GAP) and involves the successful completion of an on-farm audit.
For more information & to RSVP contact Ainsley Robbins firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 664-2574
Brought to you by Cornell Cooperative Extension of Steuben County, the Cornell Cooperative Extension Cornell Vegetable Program and the New York State Agriculture & Markets.
$25 per farm and $10 per additional person
Civil Defense Center
7220 State Route 54
Bath, NY 14810