Annie’s project is an educational program for Midwestern farm and ranch women. Annie’s project was developed by Ruth Hambleton, University of Illinois Extension Service. The mission of Annie’s project is “To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information."
Six 3-hour meetings were held in four locations in western North and South Dakota (Dickinson, ND, Bowman, ND, Timber Lake, SD, Buffalo, SD) during October and November 2006. Each location accommodated about 25 people (117 total).
The objective was to educate farm and ranch women in improving their own and their families´ lives and businesses.
Business topics: business management, business plans, farm policy, financial statements, insurance, estate planning, farm and ranch operations, crop and livestock marketing, leases, business exit plans.
Technology topics: computerized accounting, electronic spreadsheets, computer aided business tools, e-mail, internet.
Human resource topics: intergenerational communication, family relationships as it relates to farm and ranch businesses and rural life.
Number of Participants: 117
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