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Accepting Nominations for the 2016 Purdue Women in Agriculture Awards

Beth Archer (left) of Danville received the Leadership Award and Linda Baird of Scottsburg received the Achievement Award at the Women in agriculture Awards presentation Wednesday (Aug. 19) during the lieutenant governor's Celebration of Agriculture program at the Indiana State Fair.

Annually, the Purdue Women in Agriculture (WIA) Team recognizes Indiana women who are leaders  and innovators and hav contributed to the success of Indiana Agriculture.  Currently, the Purdue WIA Team is accepting applications for the 2016 Purdue Women in Agriculture Awards.

Nominees will be placed in either the Leadership or Achievement categories for award consideration as deemed appropriate by the WIA Team.  Women who are interested in the award may nominate themselves, or be nominated by someone else.  A list of past winners can be found on the Awards page.


Download the 2016 Women in Agriculture Award Application as a PDF or Word Document​.
All applications are due by May 1, 2016.
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Proceedings from the
2016 Midwest Women in Agriculture Conference
are posted on the "Related Links" page.


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2016 Purdue Women in Agriculture Regional Meeting
March 8, 2016

The 2016 Purdue Women in Agriculture Regional Meeting will be held at Purdue Extension-Tippecanoe County Office.  This meeting will feature:

  • Sharing a Passion for Ag:  Throguh the Lens of a Farm Girl by Erin Ehnle
  • Top Ten Strategies for Survival in 2016 by Lynn Lambert, Lambert, Lanoue Smoker LLC
  • Back to the Basics of Farm Financial Management in 2016 by Dr. Nicole Olynk Widmar, Purdue Extension Agriculture Economics
  • Keeping the Business in the Farmily and Transferring Management by Renee Wiatt, Purdue Extension - Montgomery County

Registration is $30/person if by March 1st.  After March 1st, please add a $5 late fee.
For more information, please download a registration form here 2016 WIA Regional Meeting.pdf2016 WIA Regional Meeting.pdf.

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Make the Best Out of a Code Red Situation! 
Be Prepared with a Code Red Flash Drive. ​

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The Purdue Women in Agriculture Team found a need for farm families and small businesses to have one central location to collect critical business information required for day to day operations.  In the event of a crisis in the operation, the business would be able to continue with minimal disruptions in a timely fashion while utilizing the Code Red document.  The crisis may be only for a short time or it may be a long term change in the operation but the need for timely information about the people in the operation and their contacts are very important. 

For more information about Code Red, please contact any member of the Purdue Women in Agriculture Team or visit the Code Red page on this website.  Code Red Flash Drives are available for purchase this holiday season.  Ordering information can be found on the Code Red page or by contacting any Purdue Women in Agriculture Team member. 
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​​WIA Email Group

Purdue Extension maintains an email group for women in agriculture. If you are not already subscribed, please send an email to purduewia@purdue.edu to subscribe. If you have a question or problem, just send an email to the list for help. This is a moderated list and you will not receive junk email.

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