Winter 2019 Conferences for Farmers, Landowners

Winter is conference time for farmers and landowners and there is an abundance of them coming right up!

National Farmers Union Women’s ConferenceNFU_logo_700by400-700x400
January 13th – 17th, San Diego, CA

Attendees will go home with the tools they need to run a successful operation, including business planning skills, innovating marketing tactics, food safety planning, and a network of other women in agriculture across the country. Learn more and register at the link below!

Women in Agriculture Conferencewomen in ag ill conference
January 14th, Rock Island, IL

Farm women and all those involved in the agriculture industry should plan to attend the Women in Agriculture Conference. This conference is a one day seminar to help women become empowered in agriculture. More at

Practical Farmers of Iowa Annual ConferencePFI_logo.png
January 17th – 19th, Ames, IA

At Practical Farmers’ 2019 annual conference, Cultivating Connections, you’ll have a chance to reconnect with old friends, cultivate new relationships and learn from a community that believes in sharing knowledge to benefit everyone. This year’s conference will focus on how to cultivate connections that nurture a purposeful path.

Women in Denimwomen in denim logo
February 25th – 26th, Storm Lake, IA

The goal of Women in Denim is to support women in agriculture and those who enjoy the rural way of life. Women involved in agriculture will find workshops to sharpen their skills in decision making, leadership, finances, and knowledge of agriculture. There are workshops that also support and acknowledge the importance of family, community, leisure time, quality of life and overall wellness. More at

MOSES Organic Farming ConferenceMOSES-logo-transparent-back-3-300x94
February 21st – 23rd, La Crosse, WI

MOSES is the largest event in the U.S. about organic and sustainable farming, offering 60 workshops over 6 sessions, inspiring keynotes, engaging roundtables, and a resource-packed exhibit hall with over 170 vendors. Organic University, day 1 of the conference, provides full-day classes that dig deeper into specific farming topics.

Cover Crop Conferencecover crop conf
March 1st, Durant, IA

Regional conference hosted by the Natural Resources Conservation Service and Soil and Water Conservation Districts at the Durant Community Center. No cost for participation, free lunch. Focus is on benefits and challenges of cover crops, soil health impacts, fiscal sustainability. Speakers include Andrew Vickers and Jason Steele. RSVP to Lydia Whitman 563-886-6214 x3 or

Women Gaining Groundlogo
March 9th, Glenwood, IA

Women, Land & Legacy of Southwest Iowa will host a one-day conference for women to converse, learn and become empowered.

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