The course series focused on empowering women in agriculture will begin their spring sessions next week, including one with an in-person component. Annie’s Project will have three five-week courses available for women to improve their risk management skills and network with other producers. University of Missouri Extension ag business specialist Karisha Devlin says in-person sessions will meet once a week at three locations around the state.
An identical course is also offered online-only. Devlin explains what will replace the in-person component.
Another online course scheduled for April will focus on women who own land but aren’t active farmers. Signups and additional details about this spring’s Annie’s Project courses are available on the University of Missouri Extension website.