Colorado farm and ranch women to get free training through Annie’s Project


On October 10th and 11th, women from around the region will gather to participate in a Facilitator Training Workshop to offer Annie’s Project training.

The mission of Annie’s Project is to empower farm/ranch women to be better business operators and/or partners through networks and managing and organizing critical information.

Facilitators will lead the six-week courses, providing management education in five risk areas: production, price or market, financial, institutional and legal, and human and personal.

The workshop is free at the Ranch Events Complex, and it’s hosted by Colorado State University Extension.

To register:

For more information:

R. Brent Young, Ph.D.
Regional Extension Specialist
Agriculture & Business Management
Colorado State University Extension
Sterling Regional Engagement Center
302 Main Street
Sterling, CO 80751
970-522-7207 office 

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