Good morning, as outlined in my biography, I grew up on my family’s farm in Vermont. I love Vermont because of the state’s agricultural diversity. It is not uncommon for city folk to move to Vermont to start a farm.
By: Katie Carpenter NYAW Secretary and WNY District Leader Ever wonder how you could do your part to help promote teaching Agriculture to NY’s school children? If so volunteer to participate in NY’s Agricultural Literacy Week! Agricultural Literacy Week is
Recently, thirty progressive women involved in agriculture and I attended a Work-Life Harmony workshop hosted by New York Agri-Women. Dr. Chris Allen, a licensed psychologist and board certified coach, from Insight Business Works (http://insightbusinessworks.com) presented the workshop. Work-life harmony requires
Through the sponsorship of Long Island Farm Bureau, I was able to attend the American Agri-Women Conference in Denver, Colorado. I was able to meet up with my classmates from the Syngenta Leadership Conference that I attended last April and
I’m super excited to announce that the first-ever New York Agri-Women New York City Meet-up will be held on October 23, 2012. With the help of Melissa Danielle and Mary Callanan, New York Agri-Women will be offering outstanding educational and
The New York Nut Growers Association will hold its summer meeting on Saturday, August 11, from 9 – 3, at the Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Greene Counties, 479 Route 66, Hudson, New York. Presentations include selecting a site
NYAW “Ladies Night Out” at Erica Leubner’s barn in Marietta, NY on June 13 was a huge success! About 45 people were in attendance from the Central NY area. Katie Carpenter, Secretary for NYAW, traveled 2 ¾ hours from Western
New York Agri-Women has planned a meet-up for Central New York, June 13th 2012 at Tim’s Pumpkin Patch, 2901 Rose Hill Rd, Marietta, NY at 7:00pm. Members and non-members are invited for an evening of networking, friendship, and good eats.
Inspiring, self-awareness and fun are some of the words that come to mind when I look back at my experience at the” Leadership at its Best Conference”, hosted by American Agri Women and Sygenta on April 16 thru 20th. Eighteen
Excitement is building at the 2012 AAW Syngenta Leadership At Its Best program (LAIB). This year’s program will take place April 16th through the 19th in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Sheila Marshman, a Professor at Morrisville State College and President-elect of New