Beth Holtzman, University of Vermont Extension

Entrepreneurs & Their Communities, Women in Agriculture October 13, 2014 Print Friendly and PDF

Beth Holtzman works with small scale farmers in Vermont and the Northeast. She has been conducting sustainable agriculture outreach and education since 1992 for a variety of nonprofit organizations. Her background includes public relations and marketing. Recently, she has been working with farm businesses on start-up, business planning and marketing through the University of Vermont's New Farmer Project and Women's Agricultural Network. Beth is a member of the eXtension Women in Agriculture Learning Network and the Entrepreneurs and Their Communities COP. When she's not working, Beth can often be found outdoors with her family -- on skis in the winter, or hiking, biking or riding in the summer

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