Laramie County Annie’s Project to focus on ag business decisions, networking
September 9, 2014
Women involved in the agricultural community of Laramie County and surrounding area are invited to Annie's Project, a six-week course designed to empower women by improving business-making decisions and creating networking opportunities.
The class meets 5:30-9:15 p.m. every Monday beginning Sept. 22 covering topics ranging from business planning, human resources and conflict management to soil fertility, diversification and succession planning.
Annie's Project is a not-for-profit program that has been taught in 34 states and is sponsored in Wyoming by University of Wyoming Extension, Farm Credit Services of America and the USDA Risk Management Agency. All farm and ranch women with a passion for agriculture are invited to attend.
Classes are at the Archer Complex Community House at 3967 Archer Parkway in Cheyenne. Registration deadline is Thursday, Sept. 18. Cost for the program is $100 per person and can be paid with a credit card at anniesprojectlaramiecounty.eventbrite.com.
For more information, call Julie Daniels or Tracy Navarro at 307-633-4383 in Cheyenne or Kellie Chichester at 307-721-2571 in Laramie.