WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The 2022 Midwest Ladies in Agriculture Convention kicks off Feb. 9 for 2 days of particular visitor audio system, networking alternatives and breakout periods that tackle private, farm and household points affecting girls, households and farm companies.
Kacy Atkinson, rancher and freelance journalist, will keynote the convention and can focus on the significance of property planning. She’s going to share her household’s journey after dropping a member of the family, together with classes realized, recommendation on the place to begin and what to contemplate in an property plan.
Over 20 academic periods all through the 2 days will cowl the next subjects: farm contingency planning, monetary methods, farm advertising and marketing, woodland administration, psychological well being, dwelling meals preservation and extra.
Carey Portell, skilled speaker and writer of “Dealing with Life Head On,” is the second keynote speaker. She’s going to share her triumphs and challenges from her four-year restoration of being a survivor of a drunk driving accident and recommendation on dealing with adversity within the agricultural group.
Two pre-conference periods are scheduled for Feb. 8. “Conservation Dialog: A Ladies’s Studying Circle” will study the significance of soil well being and conservation practices, whereas figuring out the subsequent steps in managing and benefiting from farms, forests and rising areas. “Girls on the Land — Speaking and Negotiating Landowner and Tenant Points with Ease” will present elevated confidence, improved communication expertise and sources to assist attendees navigate farmland leasing points.
The convention returns to Shipshewana, Indiana, on the Blue Gate Backyard Inn. Attendees can obtain a reduced lodge price with the group identify “Purdue Ladies in Ag.”
The associated fee for the pre-conference session is $25. Convention registration for a single day is $90 or $125 for each days. A registration low cost is offered to highschool and faculty college students. Register by Monday (Jan. 31). For lodging or extra info, contact Elysia Rodgers at 260-925-2562 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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