Registration Extended for Annie's Project to Jan 31st!

Annie’s Project, created in 2003 by Ruth Hambleton, University of Illinois Extension, embodies a risk management perspective that helps to reduce risk exposure by analyzing legal, human resource, marketing, financial, and production factors in farm business decision making. The program is directed to experienced farm women with a passion for business and an involvement in today’s farming industry. From this program farm women will increase their knowledge and professional skills in agricultural risk management through goal setting, networking among farm colleagues and industry professionals to meet goals, and discovering their personality type and how it affects working with others.
The course begins February 6, 2014 and will run for six consecutive Thursdays from 9:30 AM-2:00 PM at fifteen Cornell Cooperative Extension facilities across the state.
Those interested in registering should contact their local Extension office, or visit the website The course is $60 per person with limited scholarships available upon inquiry.
For more information and program locations, also visit
New York Annie’s Project (2014) is made possible by Cornell Cooperative Extension and the generous funding from Farm Credit East, (NYS) Workforce Development Institute, NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets, USDA Risk Management Agency, and the Northeast Center for Extension Risk Management Education. This material is based upon work supported by USDA NIFA (National Institute of Food & Agriculture) under award number 2012-49200-20031.

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