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Annie's Project 2012

Annie’s Project is a risk management educational program for women farmers that began in the Midwest and spread throughout the country. It is based on a real woman farmer Annette Fleck, who spent her lifetime learning how to be an involved business partner with her farmer husband. Her daughter, Ruth Hambleton, who became a Cooperative Extension educator in Illinois, created Annie’s Project.

  1. Benefits of Farm Preservation, Right to Farm, Ag Mediation and Farm Link

    State Agriculture Development Committee Agriculture Resouce Specialist, Dave Kimmel, explains what Farmland Preservation, Right to Farm, Ag Mediation and Farm Link can do for the women farmers of Annie's Project NJ. #APNJ

  2. Understanding Food Safety Regulations

    The Rutgers University Center for Advanced Food Technology Specialist in Food Science & Director, Dr. Donald Schaffner, provided a presentation on Understanding Food Safety Regulations. #APNJ

  3. Food Safety Self-assessment on the Farm

    Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Cumberland County Agricultural Agent, Dr. Wesley Kine, explains Food Safety Self-assessment on the farm. #APNJ

  4. Pricing

    Rutgers Cooperative Extension Specialist in Farm Management, Robin Brumfield PhD., provides a presentation on the Pricing Stratgies for the women of Annie's Project NJ. #APNJ

  5. SWOT Analysis

    Rutgers Cooperative Extension Specialist in Farm Management, Robin Brumfield PhD., provides a presentation on the SWOT Analysis women of Annie's Project NJ. #APNJ

  6. Marketing Plan

    Rutgers Cooperative Extension Specialist in Farm Management, Robin Brumfield PhD., provides a presentation on the Developing a Marketing Plan for the women of Annie's Project NJ. #APNJ