Annie's Project Facilitator Training

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Annie’s Project is an educational program dedicated to strengthening women's role in modern farm and ranch enterprises. The program is offered in 33 states, and it offers training in two main areas: risk management and succession/transition planning.

The LSU AgCenter is offering a training session Oct. 31 and Nov.1 for agents who would like to bring Annie’s to their regions. October 31 is the first module Education for Farm Women (APEFW) and upon completion interested parties can attend the November 1, training on Managing for Today and Tomorrow.

For more information about the program, please see LSU AgCenter Annie's Project. If you have questions, please contact Maria Bampasidou or 225-578-2367, state coordinator.

If you are interested in becoming an APEFW-certified Annie’s Project and Managing for Today and Tomorrow* facilitator, this is an excellent opportunity hosted by Louisiana State University AgCenter.

Registration fee per event: LSU AgCenter employees, free. Louisiana participants, $25 or $40 for both. Out of state, $40 or $65 for both. You can register for the Project Facilitator training by clicking on the registration link.


  • Robin Salverson – South Dakota
  • Amy Durand – Minnesota

* You may attend one or both trainings. Only previously-trained Annie’s Project facilitators or those completing the first day qualify to attend the Managing for Today and Tomorrow training.

Thursday, October 1
Annie’s Project
8:00 am To 4:30 pm
Lunch will be provided

Friday, November 1
Managing for Today & Tomorrow
8:00 am To 2:30 pm
Lunch will be provided


Efferson Hall on LSU Campus
212 Efferson Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Note: Each event requires complete
attendance for certification.

Travel Information:

Nearest Airport: Baton Rouge Metropolitan Airport
Distance to Training: 8 miles

Lodging Information:

The Cook Hotel can be found here.
The Staybridge Hotel can be found here.

10/16/2019 1:04:00 AM
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