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About WIA Events 2024 Conference

The Women in Agriculture program is committed to providing educational opportunities for all Nebraska women interested in developing management skills in every facet of agriculture by providing leadership, learning experiences, support, and networking avenues to empower women to compete and survive in this challenging and complex industry.

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Gordon Livestock Market is thrilled to host a Nebraska Women in Agriculture event on June 22, 2024! The program, hosted in partnership with Nebraska Extension’s Women in Agriculture, will be held at Gordon Livestock Market in Gordon, Nebraska.
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Join us June 10th & 11th for the 2024 Herd That! Conference. This year's focus is beef cattle reproduction.
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“Sowing Seeds for Generations” is the theme of the annual Sidney Women in Agriculture Conference to be held Aug. 2, 2024, at the Elks Lodge in Sidney, Neb
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Save the dates! The Nebraska Women in Agriculture Conference will return to Kearney Feb. 20-21, 2025. Past conference information is available here.
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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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The virtual course focuses on the record-keeping needs of farmers and ranchers in a self-paced online learning environment.
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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.