Empowering Women in Agriculture

Empowering Women in Agriculture

Tim Hammerich
Tim Hammerich
News Reporter
I’m Tim Hammerich with your Southeast Regional Ag Report.

Annie’s Project is a non-profit that provides educational programs to strengthen women’s roles in the modern farm enterprise.

Doris Mold is the Co-CEO of Annie’s Project Foundation.

Mold… “We want to help people become better business partners and help them network and manage and organize critical information. So we have a national board of directors. This is a national nonprofit. It's recognized across the United States is really being a key organization in enhancing the wellbeing of women in agriculture. The organization would like your help in informing the future direction of programs that support women in agriculture.”

The organization would like you help in informing the future direction of programs that support women in agriculture by taking the Agriculture Women’s Community & Leadership Survey. Results will be used to help design programs to expand women’s involvement in agriculture. The deadline is this Monday, Sept. 7th.

Mold… “And so the survey that we've got going on now is another step in that direction to develop some leadership programs that can take place, perhaps on both a local, state, regional and national level.”

The organization already has a presence in 30 states around the country. They are completely dedicated to education, and don’t require membership. To complete this survey to advance women in agriculture, visit www.AnniesProject.org.

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