Are you looking for group health care coverage for you and your employees? If so, please give us the opportunity to provide a quote for your business through the Oregon State Chamber of Commerce Endorsed Health Plan with Regence BCBS of Oregon and LifeMap.
In order to be eligible for a quote, you must meet the following qualifications:
- Member is in good standing with local Chamber. We can still provide a quote if you are not a member. If you decide to move forward and enroll, you will need to sign up with your local Chamber.
- Groups 2 to 50 employees covered by Workers Compensation plan. Must include one common-law employee enrolled.
- Employer is required to pay 50% of the employee only cost.
- Employer can set eligibility requirements as long as employee works a minimum of 17.5 hours per week.
It’s simple to request a quote, all you need to do is click on the link below and follow the instructions:
Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Kim Nicholsen at WHA Insurance Agency
(800) 852-6140 or email@example.com
Agritourism Business Support
If you've considered agricultural tourism as an option for your farm business, then this is the class for you. Over the course of this program, you will build an understanding of the multiple elements involved in setting up and managing a successful agritoursim enterprise.
These topics include types of agricultural tourism enterprises and how agritourism can become a part of your whole farm business. You will learn about managing risk, understanding legal requirements, marketing your agricultural tourism business, and customer service and hospitality.
At the end, if you decide agricultural tourism is a good fit for your farm business, you will be prepared to move forward on a path that helps you achieve your long-term goals.
Register Here: https://workspace.oregonstate.edu/certificate/developing-successful-agritourism-business
Travel Oregon Handbook
The handbook was created for a wide range of people with a common interest in the intersection of agriculture and tourism.
Whether you’re a farmer or rancher (or an aspiring one), have a tourism business that works with farmers and ranchers, or are a budding entrepreneur with no land but an agritourism venture idea, this site is for you.
If you’re just starting out, you may want to work through the information in the order outlined below. If you have an existing operation, just skip around to the sections that seem most relevant. Much of the handbook’s content is in the form of PDF documents that you can download and print as needed.