Women in Agriculture

Our Mission Statement - Women In Agriculture will provide support for families involved with agriculture by conducting educational programs and activities that address their pursuit in building independent and productive lives.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Nazareth Hall

21212 State Route 65, Grand Rapids, Ohio

8:00 am—3:00 pm

Featured Keynote Speaker:

Beth Flynn

Ohio State University Leadership Center


This Conference Will:
≈ Address topics which affect the everyday lives of farm women;
≈ Be beneficial for women involved in agriculture part time or full time;
≈ Make you think, reflect and laugh;
≈ Be specifically designed to address your personal, practical and business needs.
The day will consist of continental breakfast and lunch buffets, your choice of
morning break-out sessions and our keynote speaker, Beth Flynn.

Click here for more information and to download the REGISTRATION FORM

If you have questions, call 419-354-9050


 Sponsored by the Women In Agriculture Committee of OSU Extension Wood County and the following Event Sponsors:

 2014 MidWood2014 Andersons

 2014 Ag Credit

2014 Arch Equipment

2014 Legacy






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