Annie's Project is a six-session intensive agri-business management seminar for women with a passion for business and involvement, and a desire to increase knowledge and skills. Regional Extension Agent Ruth Brock will conduct the classes each week.
Sponsored by the Alabama Cooperative Extension System's St. Clair County office, the series helps empower women to manage information systems and to build local networks throughout the state. Participants will also learn about resources available to them and will discuss topics of importance to their future in agribusiness.
"Participants will receive training for managing information in the areas of marketing, environmental considerations, high tunnel farming, human resources, financial recordkeeping, business planning, good agricultural practices, risk management, value added, women and money and more," says Brock.
The sessions will run Thursday evenings Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31 and Feb.7 and 14 from 5 p.m. until 8:30 p.m. at the Alfa Insurance Building, 32775 U.S. Highway 231 in Ashville. A light meal will be provided.
Interested participants must pre-register by Jan. 3. Cost is $50 per participant and includes a light meal, a notebook and support materials. To register online go to: St. Clair County Extension office website at www.aces.edu/StClair or online at https://mell-base.uce.auburn.edu/CourseStatus.awp?&course=.
For more information, call the St. Clair Extension Office at (205) 338-9416 or contact Ruth Brock at email@example.com or (204) 612-4066.
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