Welcome to New York Annie’s Project: Risk Management Education for Farm and Ranch Women.
Visit the national Annie’s Project website at http://www.anniesproject.org/.
Annie’s Project programs are designed to empower farm and ranch women in managing farm business decision making and farm transition planning.
Two Annie’s Project educational programs are offered at various Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Associations (or at designated sites) around New York; course dates, days, and times will vary:
1) Farm Business Management for Women in Agriculture (AP-Classic) ~ A Risk Management Perspective. Addressed are five areas of risk: Financial, Human Resources, Legal, Marketing, and Production.
2) Managing for Today and Tomorrow (AP-MTT): Succession, Business, Estate, and Retirement Planning for Farm and Ranch Women ~ (Farm Transition Planning)
Become a certified Annie’s Project facilitator! Join our team of NY Annie’s Project educators who are currently hosting programs in education for farm women around the state. Annie’s Project is a Not-for-Profit organization dedicated to providing educational programs designed to strengthen women’s roles in the modern farm enterprise.
Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Oneida County is hosting the next facilitator training on Wednesday, May 2, 1-5 p.m., and Thursday, May 3, 8 a.m. to noon, at the CCE Oneida Farm & Home Center, 121 Second Street, Oriskany, NY. The required two-day session will provide the educators the tools and resources needed to host Annie’s Project programs in their community.
The cost is $65 per person. Click here to register online. For more information or to register, call or email Bonnie Collins at 315.736.3394 (X104), email@example.com, or David Cox 518.234.4303 (X119), firstname.lastname@example.org. Travel and hotel information is available here.
Annie’s Project Facilitator Training is sponsored by Annie’s Project: Education for Farm Women, CCE Oneida County, CCE Schoharie and Otsego Counties, Farm Credit East, and CoBANK.
Cornell Cooperative Extension provides equal program and employment opportunities. Accommodations for persons with special needs may be requested by contacting Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida County prior to the program.
Last updated April 4, 2019