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Women who would like to learn how to strengthen their farming operation and network with other women in the industry are being encouraged to take part in a new program from University of Missouri Extension and the Missouri Small Business Development Center for Agriculture, Food and Forestry.

The first virtual Annie's Project aims to provide women with education in production, market, financial, legal and human risk management.

Participants will attend a weekly two-hour live interactive online session via Zoom and complete self-paced activities and videos via Google Classroom. In total, participants will receive 18 hours of risk-management education.

Two different times will be available to take the course. When registering for the course, choose the time and days that best align with your schedule:

- Tuesdays, May 4-June 1 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

- Thursdays, May 6-June 3 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.

To register for the Tuesday sessions, visit this address: extension.missouri.edu/events/annie-s- project-online

To register for the Thursday sessions, visit this address: extension.missouri.edu/events/annie-s- project-onilne

For questions or more information, contact Karisha Devlin at [email protected] or Wesley Tucker at [email protected]

 

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