Women at the forefront of Wisconsin’s diverse agriculture community should plan to attend the Wisconsin Women in Agriculture Conference this January 12 and 13, 2024 at the Three Bears Resort in Warrens, WI. The Wisconsin Women in Agriculture Conference will be a one and a half-day event designed to provide research-based and practical educational opportunities for all women interested in any aspect of agriculture. Through workshops and presentations, attendees will learn how to better manage risk, improve their farms, and become more successful farm owners, operators and ag professionals.
The 2024 conference will feature speakers involved in agriculture, evening entertainment, and opportunities for networking with other agriculture organizations, sponsors, and participants.
- Michelle Miller, the Farm Babe (https://thefarmbabe.com/)
- Michelle is an internationally known keynote speaker, writer, columnist and a Wisconsin native. She enjoys educating consumers with how their food is actually produced, without all the gimmicks.
- Annaliese Wegner, Modern Day Farm Chick (https://annaliesewegner.com/)
- Annaliese is a Wisconsin girl, dairy farmer, and a real modern-day farmHER. She shares her farm life to showcase the beauty behind the lifestyle.
- Duelly Noted is a sassy, one-of-a-kind, interactive dueling pianos act. This vocal powerhouse female duo, stands out among other groups in the male-dominated dueling pianos scene.
- Duelly Noted (https://www.duellynotedpianos.com/)
The conference will have breakout sessions focused on the topics of balancing farm & work life, estate planning & farm transition, financial management, and overall farm operations.
Register now at http://go.wisc.edu/654nnb
For more information or sponsorship, contact Katie Wantoch, planning committee chair, at 608-354-3995 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit https://farms.extension.wisc.edu/wi-women-in-ag-conference/ for conference agenda and registration.
The 2024 Women in Agriculture Conference is presented by UW-Madison Division of Extension (https://extension.wisc.edu/agriculture) and the WI Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (https://datcp.wi.gov/). Additional sponsors include Wisconsin Farmers Union, Alcivia Cooperative and Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin. Interested in supporting the 2024 conference and showcasing your organization or business?Info is available at https://farms.extension.wisc.edu/wi-women-in-ag-conference/.
This material is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award Number 2021-70027-34694.
This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, under agreement number FSA22CPT0012189.
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