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The Women in Ag Network is a collaboration between University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota's Farm Service Agency. The Network provides educational opportunities and events that enhance leadership, management and production skills for women working in agriculture. Our goal is to connect women to relevant, research-based education and to each other. Women in Ag Network events typically combine peer group discussion and formal class. All are welcome.
Yearly events include the Women in Ag Conference, usually held in February, a summer tour and a December workshop.
You can stay connected with us via our Facebook page, through the Agricultural Business Management News, where we feature outstanding women in agriculture each month, and by signing up for email alerts below.
For more information, contact Sarah Schieck Boelke, Extension educator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 302-235-0726 ext. 2004.
Courses and events
Annie's Project is a workshop series for women on management and decision-making in the complex, dynamic world of agriculture. Sessions are held throughout the year around the state.
A new interactive series of online sessions, called "Cultivating Resiliency for Women in Agriculture," is now available to help women in agriculture cope with stress. The series is a joint project of American Agri-Women, District 11 Agri-Women, University of Minnesota Extension-Women in Ag Network and the Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH). Webinars are recorded. Listen and subscribe to the Cultivating Resiliency podcast.