University of Maryland Extension

Annie's Project

 

                                   

                           Farm Management Classes for Women

Courses will be held in Delaware and Maryland. Annie’s Project is a discussion-based workshop bringing women together to learn from experts in production, financial management, human resources, marketing and the legal field. Annie’s Project provides a relaxed, fun dynamic way to learn, grow and meet other women in agriculture. Participants are encouraged to interact and connect with presenters and fellow participants. Annie’s Project courses empower women in agriculture to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information.


Annie’s Project will be held at the following Maryland locations: Cecil County, Central Maryland, Caroline County, Howard County, Southern Maryland and Allegany County. Women Managing Commercial Poultry, an Annie’s Project Course with a focus on the female poultry producer and will be held at Georgetown and Dover Delaware.


The cost of the course including meals and materials is $75. For more information visit www.extension.umd.edu/annies-project.

The program is open to all and is sponsored by the University of Maryland Extension, University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Delaware Cooperative Extension. Annie’s Project has been approved for FSA Borrower Training. For more information, please contact your FSA loan officer.

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