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FSMA Produce Safety Grower Training

Tuesday, February 7 @ 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm • Organized By Missouri Extension and Kansas State Research and Extension
Online Event


In light of the Covid19 situation, University of Missouri Extension and Kansas State Research and Extension are partnering to offer the Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) Produce Safety Alliance (PSA) Grower Training remotely.  The class will take place on February 7 AND Feb 8 from 5-9PM CST each day. In order to receive a certificate of training, you will have to attend the entire training on both days and we must be able to see a live video feed of you at least periodically throughout the entire training (or you need to speak or type into the chat when requested) to ensure that you are engaged throughout the entire training. You must participate in the training on a device larger than your phone (i.e. tablet or computer). Note that it is very important that you are listening and engaged during the training to be eligible to receive the certificate of training. If you are a covered farm under the FSMA Produce Safety Rule and need the training, this course will meet that requirement (for more information visit  You will be required to return a course evaluation before you will receive your certificate of training.

 This training is limited to produce growers in Kansas and Missouri and other regulatory or support personnel and will be limited to 30 participants.  Registration will close on February 3 at 4pm.  If you are a Missouri grower and would like more information please contact or Patrick Byers (417-859-2044 or If you are a Kansas grower and would like more information please contact Katelynn Stull at

Note that we need your shipping address to know where to mail your manual before the training and to know where to mail your certificate after you have completed all the requirements of the training. Please list a mailing address where we will be able to mail your manual for you to use during the training.

We will email everyone the zoom link to everyone registered for the course 2 days before the training.