Annie’s Project: Risk Management for Farm Women

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Annie’s Project is a six-week course designed especially for farm women to help them develop their management and decision-making skills for their farms. Sessions include brief presentations, discussions focused on the participant’s questions, and hands on training.

Annie’s Project is designed for farm women who have been in farming or part of farming for three to five years, and want to develop their understanding, interpretation, and opportunities in sustainable agriculture. The series is still applicable for those looking to get into farming, or with only a few years experience. Annie’s Project gives farm women the opportunity to learn from female agricultural professionals and network with other women in similar situations.

Annie’s Project provides education in production, price or market, financial, institutional and legal, and human and personal risk. At the end of six weeks, participants will —

· Understand personality types to communicate better with business partners

· Determine coverage levels for health, life, disability, and long-term care insurance

· Put family living expenses together with other costs of doing business on the farm

· Interpret balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow projections to make business decisions

· Review labor laws, requirements, and their implications.

· Understand how assets are titled and learn about estate planning tools

· Consider available Marketing Opportunities

· Review Farm Service Agency deadlines and implications

· Review Natural Resource Conservation Service deadlines and implications

The cost is $75 for the series and includes lunch, a workbook, access to financial and legal advice, and support from a variety of community partners. The series will take place on Wednesdays, March 1st through April 5th, 10am-2pm at Cornell Cooperative Extension – Broome County. This session we are giving special preference for spots to sign up for women veterans interested in getting into agriculture.

This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2015-70017-22882.

Registration deadline February 28, 2017. Online registration can be accessed at: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/2017winteranniesprojectclassic_203. Questions can be directed to Laura Biasillo by phone at (607) 584-5007 or email.

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Annie’s Project: Risk Management for Farm Women

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Annie’s Project is a six-week course designed especially for farm women to help them develop their management and decision-making skills for their farms. Sessions include brief presentations, discussions focused on the participant’s questions, and hands on training.

Annie’s Project is designed for farm women who have been in farming or part of farming for three to five years, and want to develop their understanding, interpretation, and opportunities in sustainable agriculture. The series is still applicable for those looking to get into farming, or with only a few years experience. Annie’s Project gives farm women the opportunity to learn from female agricultural professionals and network with other women in similar situations.

Annie’s Project provides education in production, price or market, financial, institutional and legal, and human and personal risk. At the end of six weeks, participants will —

· Understand personality types to communicate better with business partners

· Determine coverage levels for health, life, disability, and long-term care insurance

· Put family living expenses together with other costs of doing business on the farm

· Interpret balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow projections to make business decisions

· Review labor laws, requirements, and their implications.

· Understand how assets are titled and learn about estate planning tools

· Consider available Marketing Opportunities

· Review Farm Service Agency deadlines and implications

· Review Natural Resource Conservation Service deadlines and implications

The cost is $75 for the series and includes lunch, a workbook, access to financial and legal advice, and support from a variety of community partners. The series will take place on Wednesdays, March 1st through April 5th, 10am-2pm at Cornell Cooperative Extension – Broome County. This session we are giving special preference for spots to sign up for women veterans interested in getting into agriculture.

This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2015-70017-22882.

Registration deadline February 28, 2017. Online registration can be accessed at: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/2017winteranniesprojectclassic_203. Questions can be directed to Laura Biasillo by phone at (607) 584-5007 or email.

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Women In Agriculture Discussion Group

Women In Agriculture Discussion Group

The business aspects of farming are an increasing challenge… whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been farming for years. Spend some time this winter improving your business skills!

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga and Chemung Counties will host a “Women in Agriculture” Discussion Series in February and March. Come meet other farming women in a supportive environment and hear from three great speakers!

February 28th 2017 – Farm Business Plans

March 14th 2017 – Understanding Financial Documents

March 28th 2017 – Handling Stress and Conflict on the Farm

Location: Waverly Village Hall, 32 Ithaca St., Waverly, NY

Cost: $5 at the door

Light refreshments will be provided. Class size is limited so please pre-register by calling 607-687-4020 (CCE Tioga) or 607-734-4453 (CCE Chemung).

We hope to see you there!

Women In Agriculture Discussion Group

Women In Agriculture Discussion Group

The business aspects of farming are an increasing challenge… whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been farming for years. Spend some time this winter improving your business skills!

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga and Chemung Counties will host a “Women in Agriculture” Discussion Series in February and March. Come meet other farming women in a supportive environment and hear from three great speakers!

February 28th 2017 – Farm Business Plans

March 14th 2017 – Understanding Financial Documents

March 28th 2017 – Handling Stress and Conflict on the Farm

Location: Waverly Village Hall, 32 Ithaca St., Waverly, NY

Cost: $5 at the door

Light refreshments will be provided. Class size is limited so please pre-register by calling 607-687-4020 (CCE Tioga) or 607-734-4453 (CCE Chemung).

We hope to see you there!

Annie’s Project: Risk Management for Farm Women

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Annie’s Project is a six-week course designed especially for farm women to help them develop their management and decision-making skills for their farms. Sessions include brief presentations, discussions focused on the participant’s questions, and hands on training.

Annie’s Project is designed for farm women who have been in farming or part of farming for three to five years, and want to develop their understanding, interpretation, and opportunities in sustainable agriculture. The series is still applicable for those looking to get into farming, or with only a few years experience. Annie’s Project gives farm women the opportunity to learn from female agricultural professionals and network with other women in similar situations.

Annie’s Project provides education in production, price or market, financial, institutional and legal, and human and personal risk. At the end of six weeks, participants will —

· Understand personality types to communicate better with business partners

· Determine coverage levels for health, life, disability, and long-term care insurance

· Put family living expenses together with other costs of doing business on the farm

· Interpret balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow projections to make business decisions

· Review labor laws, requirements, and their implications.

· Understand how assets are titled and learn about estate planning tools

· Consider available Marketing Opportunities

· Review Farm Service Agency deadlines and implications

· Review Natural Resource Conservation Service deadlines and implications

The cost is $75 for the series and includes lunch, a workbook, access to financial and legal advice, and support from a variety of community partners. The series will take place on Wednesdays, March 1st through April 5th, 10am-2pm at Cornell Cooperative Extension – Broome County. This session we are giving special preference for spots to sign up for women veterans interested in getting into agriculture.

This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2015-70017-22882.

Registration deadline February 28, 2017. Online registration can be accessed at: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/2017winteranniesprojectclassic_203. Questions can be directed to Laura Biasillo by phone at (607) 584-5007 or email.

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Annie’s Project: Risk Management for Farm Women

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Annie’s Project is a six-week course designed especially for farm women to help them develop their management and decision-making skills for their farms. Sessions include brief presentations, discussions focused on the participant’s questions, and hands on training.

Annie’s Project is designed for farm women who have been in farming or part of farming for three to five years, and want to develop their understanding, interpretation, and opportunities in sustainable agriculture. The series is still applicable for those looking to get into farming, or with only a few years experience. Annie’s Project gives farm women the opportunity to learn from female agricultural professionals and network with other women in similar situations.

Annie’s Project provides education in production, price or market, financial, institutional and legal, and human and personal risk. At the end of six weeks, participants will —

· Understand personality types to communicate better with business partners

· Determine coverage levels for health, life, disability, and long-term care insurance

· Put family living expenses together with other costs of doing business on the farm

· Interpret balance sheets, income statements, and cash flow projections to make business decisions

· Review labor laws, requirements, and their implications.

· Understand how assets are titled and learn about estate planning tools

· Consider available Marketing Opportunities

· Review Farm Service Agency deadlines and implications

· Review Natural Resource Conservation Service deadlines and implications

The cost is $75 for the series and includes lunch, a workbook, access to financial and legal advice, and support from a variety of community partners. The series will take place on Wednesdays, March 1st through April 5th, 10am-2pm at Cornell Cooperative Extension – Broome County. This session we are giving special preference for spots to sign up for women veterans interested in getting into agriculture.

This material is based upon work that is supported by the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture, under award number 2015-70017-22882.

Registration deadline February 28, 2017. Online registration can be accessed at: https://reg.cce.cornell.edu/2017winteranniesprojectclassic_203. Questions can be directed to Laura Biasillo by phone at (607) 584-5007 or email.

The course will not be held on March 15 or March 22.

Women In Agriculture Discussion Group

Women In Agriculture Discussion Group

The business aspects of farming are an increasing challenge… whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been farming for years. Spend some time this winter improving your business skills!

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga and Chemung Counties will host a “Women in Agriculture” Discussion Series in February and March. Come meet other farming women in a supportive environment and hear from three great speakers!

February 28th 2017 – Farm Business Plans

March 14th 2017 – Understanding Financial Documents

March 28th 2017 – Handling Stress and Conflict on the Farm

Location: Waverly Village Hall, 32 Ithaca St., Waverly, NY

Cost: $5 at the door

Light refreshments will be provided. Class size is limited so please pre-register by calling 607-687-4020 (CCE Tioga) or 607-734-4453 (CCE Chemung).

We hope to see you there!