ORISKANY, N.Y. — This six-week online experience is designed for farm women who have been in farming, or agri-business, or part of the food system for three to five years. These sessions, presented by female agricultural professionals, will help you develop understanding, interpretation, and opportunities in sustainable agriculture.
Join Cornell Cooperative Extensions of Allegany, Broome, Oneida, Steuben, and Seneca counties, along with the Central NY Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops team, for their first virtual Annie’s Project Education Winter 2021!
The cost is $45 for the ENTIRE series and includes a portfolio, access to all presentations and worksheets, access to financial and legal advice, and support from a variety of community partners. FSA Borrower Training Credits are available.
Women Veterans, interested in getting into agriculture, can attend for FREE.
Annie’s Project six weeks of education includes but is not limited to:
Networking with Other Women Farmers
Production: Costs, Market, and More
Understanding Personality Types for Better Communication
Budgeting Living and Farm Expenses
Identify On-Farm Production Risks/Risk Management
Understanding finance record keeping
Review Labor Laws
Farm Family labor vs. Hired Labor
Insurance Payroll Taxes
Estate Planning Tools
Available Marketing Opportunities
Farm Equipment Needs Specific to Farm Women
To register, click here: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/winter2021anniesproject_203.
For more information on the curriculum and program logistics, please contact Bonnie Collins, email: BSC33@cornell.edu
–Cornell Cooperative Extension of Oneida County
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