BOZEMAN — Montana State University Extension will host a webinar sequence to supply farm and ranch girls the chance to be a part of Annie’s Project, a nationwide program targeted on administration abilities.
The sequence might be supplied just about every Monday night from 6 to eight:30 p.m. from Nov. 8 to Dec. 13.
The periods will function Jolene Brown, a farmer, writer and skilled speaker who will share enterprise administration and property planning info all through the sequence. She mentioned her aim is to assist households construct a legacy and to make use of her experiences and instruments to assist develop, repair and transition their companies.
“I’ve made it my life’s mission to help thousands of farmers, growers and ranchers share their stories with the wider world,” mentioned Brown, who was born and raised on a farm.
Participants will find out about danger evaluation; enterprise planning; monetary statements; household and legal responsibility insurance coverage; authorities farm applications; authorized considerations; retirement and transition; and private growth. The occasion additionally gives farm and ranch girls a chance to community with others and share experiences.
Annie’s Project is a discussion-based instructional program devoted to strengthening girls’s roles in fashionable farm and ranch enterprises. It was launched in 2003 by Illinois Extension educator Ruth Hambleton as a tribute to her mom, Annette Kohlhagen Fleck. Fleck grew up in Illinois, married a farmer and spent her life studying how you can be a businessperson. The program is predicated on the teachings Fleck discovered.
The program is open to everybody. The registration charge per particular person is $50, which incorporates workshop supplies and exercise bills. For extra info on class registration or fee, contact Katrin Finch at [email protected] or 406-454-6980.
Courtesy of MSU Extension