Interactive Agritourism Training on Risk Mitigation Strategies

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Colleagues at Georgia Southern University and The Institute for Health Logistics and Analytics recently announced two virtual training dates for its zoonotic disease prevention program for agritourism operators. Whether you have a petting zoo, working animals, a rescue operation, or a few special pets around your property, this opportunity is for you!
Please join them on November 29th or January 9th for a live, interactive 2-hour training to learn key risk mitigation strategies that will help you protect your animals, staff, and visitors. The training is available at no cost to you!
Register using the links below or by scanning the QR code on the flyer linked below.
November 29 from 12-2 p.m. EST:
January 9from 5-7 p.m. EST:
Keeping People Safe is Good for Your Business Flyer with registration links and contact information
Check out our recent testimonials and endorsements:
  • Georgia Agriculture Commissioner Tyler Harper’s video about why agribusiness owners should contact IHLA for disease prevention training.
  • “The visuals, interactive content, and knowledge of the presenter far exceeded my expectations.”
  • This presentation is definitely eye-opening. It brings to the forefront some important things that our business is lacking in regard to the prevention and spreading of illness. I am looking forward to making some new positive policies.”
  • “I liked the activities given. They were simple, short, and understandable. The presentation, including the workbook and slides, was clear, direct, and easy to complete. The host was easy to talk to, too.”
If you are interested but not available for our scheduled sessions? Contact Jill Johns at to coordinate a time that works for you. You can also sign up for news and future training information from IHLA.