Growing Women in Agriculture: An Empowerment Celebration


The Shelby County Rising Women in Agriculture committee is thrilled to convey again the Empowerment Celebration in 2021. The committee’s objective is to develop women involved Inside the agriculture group in our space. Since 2007 the Quantity Of women in agriculture has elevated by 7% in America. With this evolving statistic Inside the enterprise, many new avenues for our group and state have developed So as To revenue from these rising agriculture leaders. 

As An factor of their efforts to develop the agriculture group in Shelby County Want to assist native women in agriculture by holding our sixth annual “Rising Women in Agriculture, an Empowerment Celebration” event on Sept. 16, 2021, from 6:00 to 9:00 pm, the early make and take session starts at 4:30 pm. The event Shall be held at St. Michael’s Hall, 33 Elm Road, in Fort Loramie. The night will embrace A singular blfinish of instructional and nice agriculture information, particularly focused to The women in our group. The worth is $20 per particular person, with An further $25 for an optionally available pre-event Make’ n Take The class by 937 Designs. A portion of the payment will assist the Community Gardens at Agape. Breakout durations are being crammed on A primary-come-first-served basis as registrations is acquired. Registration is due by Aug. 27.

We Shall start with heavy hors-d’oeuvres, wine sampling, and social time at 6:00 pm, then Adjust to with the break-out session, then finish with our nicectiond speaker, Brandi Buzzard-Frobose. Frobose is Director of Communications On the Purple Angus Affiliation of America. She is a rancher, cowgirl, and agriculture advocate. Frobose has spoken on MSNBC, FOX, CBS and visited the White House To deal with factors like local climate change, sustainability, and vitamin. She furtherly makes common appearances on podcasts, radio, and print journalism. All by way of her profession, she has strived To current clear, clear communication whether or not The matter is sustainability or a advertising program. Be a part of us to Take heed to Brandi’s message about her story and the significance of holding women up Inside the agriculture group. 

As properly As a Outcome of the event will nicection:

 • Minimizing Muddle with Lori Firsdon of Forte Organizer. Firsdon will assist particular persons cease paymentling overwhelmed by clutter And start To discover strategies to effectively handle their issues to stay A greater life.

• Bee an fanatic! By Emily Davis of Nate’s Nectar. Davis will share how her household started their bee enterprise And the method they handle over 550 hives.

• Working In your Psychological Well being Launched by Jodi Knouff. Knouff is the Director of Medical Collection On the Family Useful resource Center And might give particular persons Tips to work by way of life’s burdens and discover peace in a troublesome world.

• Herbs, mixes oh my! Launched by Amber Stephens of Rosebud Ranch in Piqua. Stephens took a ardour for developing meals and turned it Proper into a developing enterprise of specialty meals, herb mixes, and a revenueable CSA.

For further information or to register, please acquire the registration brochure at or name Jill Smith, Group Director for Shelby County Farm Bureau at (877)775-7642.