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Women in Agriculture

Virtual Annie's Project Course 


February 23rd - March 30th

Choose from two virtual offerings:

Tuesday mornings from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm EST
or

Tuesday afternoons from 1:00 - 4:00 pm EST

Cost: $65


Register Here!

Registration Deadline is February 9th


Annie's Project, a six-week course, is a discussion-based workshop bringing women together to learn from experts in production, financial management, human resources, marketing, and the legal field.


Statewide Annies Project Flyer 2021.pdf


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Keeping the Farm Resilient in Uncertain Times


February 8th, 15th, & 22nd 

Virtual 3-night event! 

6:30 - 8:30 PM ET

Cost: $30


Register Here!

Registration Deadline is February 3rd.


The program will guide family farm operators on planning the transition of their business to the next generation.  Participants will learn about adapting and planning during uncertain times, determining if adding or changing operators is financially feasible, selecting the right business structure to transfer ownership and protect assets, and communicating effectively for conflict management. Find out more here.

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Annie's Project: Farming in Indiana's Cities and Urban Fringe


February 23rd - March 30th

Virtual 6-night event!

Tuesday evenings from 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST

Cost: $65


Register Here!

Registration Deadline is February 9th


Join Purdue Extension Educators and Urban Agriculture experts for a live virtual program that provides production and business management skills to new and aspiring women farmers who face unique challenges in urban areas. Find out more here.

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Upcoming Webinars Sponsored by
Purdue Women in Agriculture

Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAVs) Uses for Your Farm
  • Jan. 27th @ 12:30 PM EST
  • Register Here
  • Unmanned aerial vehicles - better known as UAVs or drones - are transforming agriculture.  Images from UAVs will track changes in crops over time.  There are many other uses for UAVs that may be beneficial for farm owners/operators including monitoring animals and viewing structures/property improvements.  Purdue Ag & Natural Resources Extension Educators, Crystal Van Pelt and Bill Horan, will share basic tips for utilizing UAVs in your farming operations. 

The Big Pine Creek Watershed Project
  • Feb. 12th @ 12:00 PM EST
  • Register Here
  • The Big Pine Creek Watershed with an 80+% row crop agriculture land use is an exciting example of diverse partnerships working together to improve cropland and improve water quality downstreams.  Join us to find out more about what a watershed is, how you can help your local watershed, and learn about the success that has occurred with the Big Pine Creek Watershed.
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Morning Ag Mixers


Connect with other farm women and agri-business professionals. You are not alone in this and we are here to support you.

3rd Tuesday of every month
9am - 10am (EST)

Dec. 21, 2020


You do not need to pre-register.

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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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