American Agri-Women

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American Agri-Women is the nation’s largest coalition of farm, ranch and agribusiness women with more than 50 state, commodity and agribusiness affiliate organizations, united to communicate with one another and with other consumers to promote agriculture. AAW members... advocating for agriculture since 1974.

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Join us in the music city, Nashville, TN, for the
American Agri-Women 2023 Mid-Year Meeting.

April 12 – 15, 2023

Embassy Suites by Hilton – Nashville Airport

10 Century Boulevard, Nashville, TN 37214

If you have registered but need to book your hotel room, please do so by March 13 to get the discounted rate of $169.00+tax per night.

Mid-Year is for discussing current agricultural issues and policies.

Members create the AAW position statements, the basis for the AAW Legislative Fly-In held in June.


Each year in March/April, American Agri-Women hosts a Mid-Year Meeting for those interested in discussing current agricultural issues and policies and voting to create AAW’s Position Statements for that upcoming year, which is the basis for our AAW Legislative Fly-In in June of each year.

Contact: Rose Tryon

American Agri-Women Fly-In to Washington, DC!

Mark your calendar – Save the dates: June 4 – 7, 2023 ~
Book your stay at Embassy Suites National Airport

Women in agriculture from throughout the U.S. will be gathering in Washington, D.C., for the 37th Annual American Agri-Women (AAW) Fly-In to D.C. and the 28th Annual Symposium.
Members will have opportunity to meet with elected officials and policymakers to discuss critical issues, including environmental social and governance (ESG), trade and supply chain, land use, taxation, energy and mining, and the 2023 farm bill recommendations.
The theme for this year’s 28th annual Symposium, hosted by the AAW Past Presidents Council will be “Border Security & Food Security Equals National Security” and will feature a distinguished panel of experts you will not want to miss.
Also on the itinerary are roundtable discussions with leadership at the Environmental Protection Agency as well as the United States Department of Agriculture. We will discuss how laws and regulations impact agricultural operations and businesses. The unsustainable cost of fuel and energy down the supply chain will also be included in these discussions, along with labor shortages and regulatory overreach.
An AAW agricultural visit to Washington, DC is not complete without an Embassy visit. This year we are arranging a cultural and trade visit with the Embassy of Italy.
To wrap up our Fly-In, American Agri-Women will host a Congressional Reception at the U.S. Capitol at which time we will present a member of the House and Senate with our prestigious AAW Champion of Agriculture Award. This honor recognizes a member of congress who has displayed exemplary courage in presenting and supporting legislation promoting American agriculture, rural American lifestyles, and the U.S. Constitution.



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