Membership Support Gathering Set, AAW’s First Regional Meeting
American Agri-Women (AAW) will host its first Membership Support Gathering March 13-15, 2020
in Berlin, Ohio. The event is free but attendees are responsible for their own food, drinks, and hotel.
• The events is limited to 40 participants, so register EARLY!
• Hotel Reservations must be made by February 26, 2020.
• Download the Information/Registration Form here,
and email it back to Jane Marshall at firstname.lastname@example.org to register.
Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Winners!
High School – Brea Taylor Hostert, Kansas, $1,000
Continuing Education – Julie Ann Wadzinski, Wisconsin, $1,000
Mahindra – Jacqueline Taylor, California, $1,200
Mahindra – Jenna Le Blanc, Texas, $1,200
Jane Marshall – Eliza Ann Hunzeker, Nebraska, $1,000
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New Interactive Online Sessions Help Women in Ag Cope with Stress
A new interactive online series is setting out to help women in agriculture cultivate resiliency by focusing on what they can control in these challenging times and help connect to them with resources and information that can help them weather stress. Raising awareness of farm stress is important, but offering some tools to help weather the stress is critical. This project has brought together American Agri-Women, District 11 Agri-Women, University of Minnesota Extension- Women in Ag Network and the Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH) to work on this effort. Funding is provided by a UMASH grant.
Series one will consist of six interactive sessions that will be up to 90 minutes in length and will include a topic for discussion (approximately 40- 45 minutes) and then an interactive Q & A period for the remaining time. Sessions are FREE and you may sign up using the Links on our Webinars Page. If you cannot make the sessions, all sessions will be recorded and posted on the American Agri-Women website.
American Agri-Women (AAW) announces its “Ag Day is Every Day Campaign” and invites farmers, ranchers and consumers to join in and celebrate the fact that everyone is part of agriculture, every day. The campaign is also raising awareness about who produces our nation’s abundant food, fiber and energy supply.
The “Ag Day is Every Day” campaign, or #AgDay365, is inspired by and builds on the important connections made on National Ag Day, which was celebrated in March and organized by the Agriculture Council of America.
AAW members have already been promoting #AgDay365 on social media, in special events and in personal conversations. AAW recently hosted 100 students on National Ag Day for a “Raising Voices Together” social media event. Other events are being coordinated this year by AAW or by its state and commodity affiliates, such as harvest dinners in the field; state fair activities; social media challenges; connecting with consumers at farmers markets and restaurants; working with urban agriculture efforts; food drives and pollinator projects.
The goal of the campaign is for the #AgDay365 campaign to continue on, joining forces with commodity groups, advocacy groups and others. Learn more.