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Sign Up Now for the 2022 National Farmers Union Women's Conference

Fri, 22 Oct 2021 12:33:47 CDT

Sign Up Now for the 2022 National Farmers Union Women's Conference Farming is never a one-woman job - it takes a village to run a successful operation. This conference will not only prepare attendees for success in agriculture, but it will also provide them with their own network of women farmers and ranchers they can reach out to throughout the year.

Farmers, policy makers, educators, and specialists will present on a number of subjects, including business management, leadership, community building, and more. The 2022 Women's Conference will be a hybrid event with virtual sessions focusing on cooperatives, business management, and food sovereignty. Participants will have the opportunity to network with other attendees and win prizes! Registration for the virtual sessions will open Fall 2021.

Farmers Union members are invited to attend the in-person conference in Nashville, TN. Attendees will hear from speakers on USDA programs, business management, leadership, and more! Come meet your fellow Farmers Union members, play games, and tour Nashville. Registration for the in-person conference will open Fall 2021. Reach out to your state Farmers Union to learn about scholarship opportunities.

Click here for information on becoming a Farmers Union member.

This event is gender-inclusive - trans and nonbinary participants are welcome to attend.

Virtual event only - member rate $10
Virtual event only - non-member rate $15
In-person event, which includes access to the virtual programming - $100

The conference will be hosted at the Holiday Inn and Suites Nashville Downtown Convention Center. Learn more and book your room here.

The health and safety of our members and all those attending Farmers Union events is our top priority. All participants attending the in-person 2022 Women's Conference must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. Attendees may be asked to provide proof of their vaccination status when registering for the conference or on-site. You can learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine here. If for any reason you are unable to get a vaccine, please contact NFU staff about an exemption.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Emma Lindberg at elindberg@nfudc.org.



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