A consolidated agricultural cooperative with a small budget needed a better understanding of the risks facing their business, as well as better capabilities to identify, assess, and control both existing and emerging risks to the business. Working with executive leadership, a baseline risk profile was developed and assessed. Throughout this process, tools, training, and job-aids were transferred to support the sustainment of future risk management activities “in-house” by the organization. In addition to baselining the risk profile, additional coaching was provided to help the organization to continue to meet its needs for a functional, non-bureaucratic, and sustainable process. To keep expenses low, coaching and training were performed via high-definition video conferencing.