Women in Ag Programs for 21st Century Farms and Ranches:
Best practices & innovative approaches for emerging audiences
January 29-31, 2019: Noon-4 pm (Eastern Time) each day
Why attend? This three-day online conference will feature information, tips and tools you can use to deliver more engaging and effective programs for beginning women farmers and ranchers. Sessions are organized around five core themes: business scale and profitability; evaluating programs; leadership; legal issues; and safety, mechanization and ergonomics. Visit the conference website to see the conference schedule and descriptions of each day’s workshops. The website also provides information about the keynote speakers and session presenters.
Who should attend? The conference will cover a broad range of topics relevant to agricultural educators and service providers from across the US. Sessions are designed to provide professional development for people who work for Extension, nonprofit organizations, government agencies and agribusiness to . Farmers and ranchers who offer farmer training programs will also find sessions relevant to their programs.
Where: Online. Join from your desktop, laptop, tablet or smartphone. All sessions will be recorded, so you can join live or watch the recordings as your schedule permits.
Cost: $50. The fee includes access to all sessions, plus downloads of supplemental resources and material.
Not sure if this conference is for you? Contact Beth Holtzman (firstname.lastname@example.org or 802-476-2003) with your questions.
Please note: Conference registration will close on January 24 at 11:59 pm (PT).
Register at: https://wagn.wufoo.com/forms/2019-virtual-conference/