The registration for SDSU Extension’s Annie’s Project for Women in Agriculture is tomorrow (June 29, 2022).

Program sessions will be held every Wednesday in Yankton from July 6 through August 10.

Annie’s Project is designed to empower women in agriculture to be successful through education, networking and resources. Participants of the program will learn about farm and ranch management, bank and FSA paperwork, insurance and estate planning and marketing cattle and crops.

Sessions scheduled for July 6, 13, 27 and August 10 will be held on-site from 5:30-9pm in Yankton at River’s Edge restaurant (104 Capitol Street). Sessions scheduled for July 20 and August 3 will be held virtually from 5:30-8pm via Zoom. A link will be provided to participants prior to each virtual session.

Registration fee is $150 per person and meals at in-person sessions are included.

For more information contact Lorna Saboe-Wounded Head, SDSU Extension Family Resource Management Field Specialist, at or 605-782-3290.

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