A Conference to Celebrate Women in Agriculture
The Women in Agriculture Conference is designed for anyone interested in learning in an atmosphere where all questions are good questions and welcomed! We encourage men and women of all skill sets to attend. We have a diverse agenda that we hope offers something for everyone. We are especially honored to have Dr. Megan Seibel, Deputy Secretary of Agriculture & Forestry, as our keynote speaker!
The conference fee of $15 covers lunch and resources. Preregistration is suggested. This event is open to the public, space is limited.
To register, visit WIA Conference online.
Living Better. Locally
Living better. Locally: its our tag line. It’s also what drives our commitment to propel our mission to transition Appalachia to a more resilient economy and a healthier population by supporting local agriculture, exploring new economic opportunities and connecting people to healthy food.
Since 1995, we have been working in Central Appalachia, providing hope and making a difference for the people who call this region home. What began as opportunities for struggling tobacco farmers to grow fruits and vegetables has become lasting solutions to regional challenges that impact workforce development, food access, health and wellness. Learn More
With a focus on creating jobs in farming and agriculture and addressing food insecurity, we collaborate with regional partners to bring necessary resources back to the communities we serve. Our work tackles challenges with education, empowerment and encouragement. Learn More
Looking to make some money off of your land? Take this quick survey and then call us: 276.623.1121. Your answers help us suggest the best income opportunities, available tools and resources to meet your specific needs!
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Appalachian Harvest food hub expands opportunities for local farmers by offering herb processing and aggregation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 09/26/2017 Contact: Emily Lachniet Agroforestry Program Manager 276-623-1121 email@example.com www.asdevelop.org Appalachian Harvest food hub expands opportunities for local farmers by offering herb processing and aggregation...read more
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Physical Address: 1096 Ole Berry Dr.,
Suite 100, Abingdon, VA 24210
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 791
Abingdon, VA 24212
Give us a Call: 276.623.1121