University of Maryland Extension

Coursework Opportunities

Annie's Project

Two Course Selections are offered in Maryland and Delaware:

Annie's Project:  This course is designed to empower farmwomen to manage information systems used in critical decision making processes and to build local networks throughout the state. The target audience is farmwomen with a passion for business and involvement. It is an eight week class that covers the five areas of Risk Management- Production, Marketing, Financial, Legal Risk and Human Resources.

Managing for Today and Tomorrow (Annie's II):  This second level Annie's Project course teaches business, estate, retirement and succession planning. Farm women will develop networks and skills key to making successful farm transitions.

Institute of Applied Agriculture

 University of Maryland Institute of Applied Agriculture

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