The mission of Annie's Project is to empower farm women to be better business partners/operators through networks and by managing and organizing critical information.
Annie's Project is a series of weekly classes on a variety of agricultural business and risk management topics. The goal of the education program is to empower farm women who want to be even more knowledgeable about their agricultural enterprises. Annie's Project creates a comfortable and supportive learning environment focused on the best farm business management practices. This enables women to be even stronger business partners in their farming operation.
"I appreciated the enthusiasm and sincerity of the program leaders that joined with us each week..the quality content that each speaker provided...all the women participants and what each of them had to bring to the table and share. I valued the sharing and efforts to help each other out with questions and issues."
-Tina Sawtelle, Pinewoods Yankee Farm, Lee NH, Annie's Project graduate April 2014
Annie's Project Managing for Today and Tomorrow (Estate and Succession Planning), March 9, 16, and 23, 2017 at UNH-Manchester, 88 Commercial St. Manchester, NH
Managing for Today and Tomorrow focuses on estate and succession planning for farm women. Participants in this program will learn about all aspects of farm transition planning, and learn skills to bring back to the farm to move the farm forward in their own succession plans.
Fall/Winter 2017-2018, stay tuned for three Annie's Projects to be held around the state!
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Who is Annie?
For more information about Annie's Project programs in New Hampshire, contact Kelly McAdam (603) 527-5475 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.