Registration open for Women Managing the Farm Conference


Registration is now open for the award-winning Women Managing the Farm Conference is set for Feb. 13 and 14, 2020, in Manhattan, Kansas. Since 2005, this event has been bringing together women farmers, rural business leaders, and landowners. The Women Managing the Farm conference provides a supportive setting in which women can develop the skills, resources and knowledge needed for success in a competitive agricultural environment.

Conference sessions are designed to keep women up-to-date on the latest advancements in agriculture and thriving within their rural communities. During the two-day conference, attendees select from presentations covering many topics, including farm finances, relationships and health, agricultural and estate law, crop production and marketing, management, and more. Attendees also choose networking sessions tailored to the different roles women hold, such as agricultural partners and helpers, independent producers, absentee landowners, ag industry career women and business managers.

 The early bird registration deadline is Jan. 17. More information about speakers, programs, exhibitors, registration and scholarships can be found at this website or by calling 785-532-2560.

Registration includes all conference sessions plus continental breakfast, lunch and the networking reception on Feb. 13, and breakfast buffet and lunch on Feb. 14.

Optional pre-conference sessions are offered on Feb. 12. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. Additional fees apply. Register early to reserve your spot! 

Click here to register for the Women Managing the Farm Conference.

Interested in applying for a scholarship to receive complimentary registration for the 2020 conference? For more information, please click the scholarship information and application button below. Applications are being accepted through Jan. 3, 2020. Click here to apply for the scholarship.

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