Este póster imprimible de tamaño 11 x 17 es diseñado para uso en fincas de frutas y verduras. Incluye consejos breves, listas de verificación, y recordatorios acerca de la seguridad alimentaria. Por favor, contáctenos para solicitar copias laminadas.  

Moe, J. 2021, La seguridad alimentaria es la prioridad #1 en las fincas nevadenses (Produce Safety Poster in Spanish), Desert Farming Initiative, University of Nevada, Reno

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The Initiative's Food Safety Program provides services and resources for growers throughout the state of Nevada. The Initiative partners with the Nevada Department of Agriculture to demonstrate produce safety practices, share guidance and provide training.