Join us at one of the 21 statewide locations from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm and hear from our keynote speaker, farmer and entrepreneur Trini Campbell from Riverdog Farm in Guinda, California .
Explore the question: What is Working Capital and What Does It Means to Your Farm?
At each location, local producers will share practical experience on how they make financial decisions to take advantage of opportunties and manage risk.
The registration deadline for the conference is Feb. 18. The conference registration fee of $25 includes the workshop, light breakfast, lunch, handouts and a copy of the book titled “Farmer Jane – Women Changing the Way We Eat” by Temra Costa.
Did you know women farmers have emerged as an important segment of the agricultural community? According to the Washington State agriculture census, female principal farm operators increased 44% from 5632 in 2002 to 8090 in 2007. Women manage 881,612 acres of farmland and sell $184,307,000 annually in farm products. Ninety-eight percent of women-owned farms are small farms with total sales less than $250,000. Latino women, as principal operators, increased 67% from 2002 to 2007.
It’s going to be a great day you won’t want to miss!
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