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Calling all Women in Agriculture!

Commodity groups/organizations in Northern CO have come together to create an opportunity for you! This fall we will be hosting the 2018 Annie’s Project Women’s Retreat in the beautiful town of Estes Park, CO on September 27th-29th. During this conference you will participate in different presentations and discussions that will revolve around business management, record keeping, analyzing business entities, communication skills, estate/succession planning, and so much more!

The Annie’s Project is an organization dedicated to providing educational programs designed to strengthen women’s roles in the modern farm enterprise. The program honors a woman who spent her lifetime learning how to be an involved business partner with her husband and building a successful farming operation, together. The program was launched in 2003 and currently there are 33 states that are holding classes. Women have always played a role in agriculture, but they haven’t always had a platform to learn more, the Annie’s Project does just that.

During the conference you will learn and focus on 5 main topics:
• Financial Risk
• Human Resource Risk
• Legal Risk
• Market Risk
• Production Risk

We hope to provide resources that will allow you to grow in your business, gain leadership, and learn more about agriculture.

There are only 42 spots so sign up soon! Not only will this be a great learning opportunity, but it will also be a fun and relaxing get away as the Trout Haven Resorts ( is located along the river and has beautiful views of the mountains and wildlife! We will have great presenters, evening socials, and gourmet meals. The registration fee is only $120 and that includes everything (lodging, food, drinks, and a certificate for completion of the program)! If you have any questions, please contact Aubriel Jones at or 308 778 6535.
Please see the post card attached and visit the website for more information:

We hope to see you there and grow together as Women in Ag!

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