2021 Women in Ag

— Written By Kelsey Lichtenwalner
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September 17-18, 2021

Nash County Ag Center

(1006 Eastern Ave, Nashville, NC 27856)

The Women in Ag is a two-day conference open to anyone interested in agriculture in the northeastern area of North Carolina and will be held on September 17-18, 2021, at the Nash County Ag Center (1006 Eastern Ave, Nashville, NC). Primarily led by women, experienced extension agents, specialists, and industry volunteers who will share valuable knowledge and provide hands-on training to allow women to build confidence in repair, maintenance, and farm safety.

Topics will include, but are not limited to:

– Tire Patching and Maintenance
– Livestock Fencing – Building and Maintenance
– Beekeeping
– Agricultural Stress in Ag Families

Women in Ag participants will also receive a T-shirt and a 5-gallon bucket filled with promotional goodies!

Registration for Women in Ag is $25 per person.
All participants can register online at go.ncsu.edu/women-in-ag. Registration is due by Friday, September 3, 2021

For more information, contact our team of Extension Agents:

Beth Burchell, Halifax County Director and Livestock Agent – beth_burchell@ncsu.edu

Maryanna Waters, Nash County Field Crops Agent – maryanna_waters@ncsu.edu

Kelsey Lichtenwalner, Edgecombe & Nash County Livestock Agent – kelsey_lichtenwalner@ncsu.edu