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New WIA Partnership Program to Assist Women in Ag Events Across Nebraska

Nebraska Extension’s Women in Agriculture program has launched a new program to support events across the state that are geared toward serving female farmers, ranchers and agribusiness professionals.

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Watch Past 'Open for Business' Episodes

“Open for Business: A Nebraska Women in Agriculture Agripreneurship Series” is a monthly webcast series that highlights the entrepreneurial spirit of women in agribusiness from across the state, offering creative insights and the stories behind what it takes to build a business.

The conversations focus on surviving business shocks such as disasters, regulatory changes and shifting family dynamics. Female agribusiness leaders are interviewed by Jessica Groskopf, director of the Nebraska Women in Agriculture program.

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Nebraska Land Link Connects New Land Seekers with Landowners Looking to Transition

When you apply to Nebraska Land Link, either as a land seeker or a landowner, Nebraska Extension personnel will work to match your application with the most compatible counterpart. Using the answers you submit and offer in a potential interview, Nebraska Land Link matches are based on the shared values, interests and skills of both parties, so that a mutually beneficial and satisfying partnership can be forged over the course of the transition plan.

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Free Quickbooks and Quicken Courses for Farmers and Ranchers

"Quickbooks and Quicken for Farm and Ranch Record Keeping” is free, self-paced online courses that teaches the basics of Quickbooks Quicken. 

The courses focuse on the record-keeping needs of farmers and ranchers. Registration is required but the course is free.

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Circles of Support: Building Resilience Together

Focusing on your resilience right now can help you get through tough times. There are several things that contribute to your resilience and connecting with other people can improve them all. That’s why we should work on Building Resilience Together.

Start by reaching out to a group of 5 to 10 people and talking about what you are going through. Getting together virtually with small circle of people can help you foster hope, make a plan, take care of yourself and find meaning. It can help you cope now and get ready not just to bounce back, but to bounce forward.

We’ve created a Women in Agriculture Learning Circle Guide: Building Resilience Together to help you and provide structure for your circle’s conversations and activities.

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