Annie’s Project is a series of workshops available year-round to help educate and empower women in Agriculture. This six-week course is a discussion-based workshop bringing women together to learn from experts in production, financial and tax management, human resources, marketing, and the legal field. There will be plenty of time for questions, sharing, and connecting with presenters and fellow participants. There will be take-home resources available with each session.

Sessions start on September 11 and run on Monday evenings to October 16th. They will be hosted at the Bremen Public Library, 304 N Jackson St., from 6 PM—9 PM.  The 6 evening sessions will cover a variety of tops important to local farming and farm practices such as Estate Planning, Land Leases and Contracts, Emergency Preparedness, Farm Programs, Financial Documents, Retirement for Farm Families, Insurance for Farm Families, Agricultural Tax Discussions, Communication, Crop Insurance Options, and Farm Safety.

Register at or call 574-235-9605. The cost for the entire program is $65 and includes all of the 6 session workshops.

For questions regarding this program, contact your local Ag and Natural Resource Educator, Brieanna Slonaker at or call the Marshall County Purdue Extension Office 574-935-8545.