Annie's Project in Iowa


Annie's Project is an educational program dedicated to strengthening women's roles in the modern farm enterprise.Through six educational sessions, Annie's Project fosters problem solving, record keeping, and decision-making skills in farm women.

Looking for early 2014 winter classes?

Annie’s Project, builds agricultural risk management skills for women and helps them put those skills to work on their own farms to increase profitability, rural quality of life and national food security.
Iowa sites for 2014 Annie's Classes have been announced.

  • Gilbert: Six sessions will be held on Monday nights beginning on February 3, 2014.
  • Rockwell City: Six sessions will be held on Tuesday nights beginning on February 4 2014. 
  • Greenfield: Six sessions will be held on Thursday nights beginning on February 6, 2014.
  • Dyersville: Six sessions will be held on Thursday nights beginning on February 13, 2014.
  • Denison: Six sessions will be scheduled to happen in mid-February March 2014.
  • Cherokee: Six sessions will be scheduled to happen in March 2014.
  • Graettinger: Six sessions will be scheduled to happen in mid-August 2014.
  • Muscatine: Six sessions will be scheduled to happen in late summer of 2014.
  • Akron: Six sessions will be scheduled to happen in fall of 2014.

For registration information, visit http://www.aep.iastate.edu/annie/.

Annie's Mission Statement

To empower farm women to be better business partners through networks and by managing and organizing critical information.

Who is Annie?

Annie was a woman who grew up in a small town in Northern Illinois. Her goal was to marry a farmer and she did. Annie spent her lifetime learning how to be an involved business partner with her farm husband. Together they did great things, but it wasn't easy. This is Annie's Project - to take her experiences and share it with farm women living and working in a complex business.

 
 
            

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