Classes Planned for Winter 2015/2016
- Albany County (Laramie) – Kellie Chichester, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Big Horn and Washakie Counties(Worland and Greybull) – Caitlin Youngquist, email@example.com and Mae Smith, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Goshen County (Torrington) – Caleb Carter, email@example.com
- Laramie County (Cheyenne) – Kellie Chichester firstname.lastname@example.org
- Park County (Cody/Powell) – Jeremiah Vardiman, email@example.com and Tara Kuipers firstname.lastname@example.org
- Uinta County (Evanston) – Bridger Feuz, email@example.com and Kimberly Chapman, firstname.lastname@example.org
Annie’s Project is based on a woman who grew up in a small farm community with the goal of marrying a farmer, and she did. Annie spent her life learning how to be an involved partner with her husband. Annie’s Project is designed to empower women to manage information systems used in critical decision making processes and to build local networks throughout the community and state.
Each program is designed as a six week course especially for agricultural women to help them develop management and decision making skills and build peer relationships. Sessions include brief presentations and discussions focus on the participant’s questions. About a third of each program is dedicated to discussion. The program provides an opportunity to learn from agriculture professionals and network with other women in similar situations.
A typical program would include information in the areas of financial records, production records, marketing plans and risk management, legal/regulatory issues, records and documentation, human resources, and time management.
Annie’s Project is organized by UW Extension offices around the state. To find out about classes, contact Cole Ehmke UW Extension Specialist at (307) 766-3782.
Annie’s Project is organized by UW Extension with backing from Wyoming Women in Ag and financially supported by the Western Center for Risk Management Education (using funds from USDA and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture) and Farm Credit Services of America.
Annie’s Project is a course especially for women who work in and around ag. Sessions in the six-week program include brief presentations and discussions focused on the participants' questions. Annie's Project gives farm women the opportunity to learn from female agricultural professionals and connect with other women in similar situations to help them develop their management and decision-making skills for their operations. Session topics cover the areas of
- Financial Records,
- Production Records,
- Marketing Plans and Risk Management,
- Legal/Regulation Records and Documentation, and
- Human Resources and Time Management.