NYS Women of Agriculture Conference



Location: Doubletree, Carrier Circle in Syracuse

 6301 NY-298, East Syracuse, NY 13057



Conference for Women by Women

The NY Women for Agriculture team is excited to be hosting the first annual NY Women in Agriculture conference, Friday November 3rd, in Syracuse, NY. This conference will focus both personal and business growth skills and tools for women involved as either primary or partner operator for their agriculture operation. The theme of this year’s conference is “Communication and Building Connections.



Topics Include

  • Learning Key Communication Techniques
  • Negotiating issues/challenges effectively
  • Addressing current industry issues
  • Building connections and networking



Meet the Keynote

Our keynote speaker is Amanda Freund. Amanda grew up on the family farm and participated in 4-H and FFA. Today, Amanda is actively involved with the Agri-Mark Young Cooperators (their dairy cooperative) and the CT Farm Bureau Young Farmers Committee.


The cost to attend the conference is $100 per person. Click on this registration link to register for the conference.



For more information, contact Bonnie Collins. Bonnie's Email address is bsc33@cornell.edu. Her phone number is (315) 736-3394 Ext. 104 or cell 315/736-2580 . https://spark.adobe.com/page/KSo7TCLB0lBgC/



Looking for Conference Sponsors

If your company/organization would be interested in being a sponsor, visit the sponsorship page set up for the conference.

For more continued updates on the conference, follow it on Facebook.

Event Properties

Event Date 11/3/2017 8:00 am ET
Event End Date 11/3/2017 4:00 pm ET
Registration Start Date 8/31/2017
Cut off date 10/24/2017
Individual Price $100.00
100.00 $
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