Oct 10, 2017Crop insurance survey used to provide feedback to USDA
The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) is conducting this survey of attitudes and opinions about crop insurance. The survey is open to anyone who is farming or ranching commercially in the United States. Results will be used to plan educational efforts and make recommendations to the USDA.
The survey takes an average of 20-30 minutes to complete. Answers will remain anonymous. The surveyors do not collect your e-mail or IP address, and participants are not required to provide any personally-identifiable information.
Anyone farming or ranching commercially in the United States is eligible to participate. The survey can be taken on any computer, smart phone, or other mobile device. To preview the survey before taking it, go to www.ncat.org/surveypreview.
For more information, click here or e-mail [email protected].
Partners in the project include the Center for Farm Financial Management, Florida Organic Growers, Food Action, Kansas Rural Center, Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service, Montana Organic Association, Montana State University, NCAT’s ATTRA program, the New England Farmers Union, Oregon Tilth, and Rural Advancement Foundation International.
As a gesture of appreciation for participants’ time, NCAT is offering a $20 check as a “thank you” for completing the survey. The survey closes Oct. 31.
To share the link to this survey with others who may be interested: go to www.ncat.org/cropinsurance.
Comments and feedback are welcome at [email protected]
Funding for this survey was provided by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award #2014-51300-22224.