Nevada Women in Agriculture Survey
Exit Survey
The Nevada Department of Agriculture, National Association of State Departments of Agriculture (NASDA) Foundation and Union Kitchen are working to empower women farmers and entrepreneurs in Nevada to grow their  businesses. This survey will take 5-10 minutes to complete and will help us learn more about what women farmers and food and beverage entrepreneurs need to expand their  businesses.  
The information you provide will help us develop a women's value-added business accelerator training program that will help women refine their food and beverage products, target their marketing, and explore expanding into new markets. We appreciate you taking the time to provide insight. If you have any questions, please contact Lisa Benson at for technical questions and Amber Smyer at for general inquiries.

Survey Definitions
Value-Added Products: Increase the economic value and/or consumer appeal of an agricultural product. For this survey, the focus is on value-added in terms of a change in the physical state or form of the product through processing or manufacturing methods (such as milling wheat into flour, making strawberries into jam or chopping vegetables and packaging as a pre-made salad mix).
Farm: The term “farm” refers to any establishment producing crops or livestock. USDA defines a farm as any place that produced and sold—or normally would have produced and sold—at least $1,000 of agricultural products during a given year.  
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