• Reasons to attend 'I am FarmHer'

March 28, 2018

There are so many reasons to attend this year’s ‘I am FarmHer’ event in Kansas City! Connections, friendships, education, and collaboration are just a few of those reasons. Take it from last year’s attendees - you won’t want to miss it!


Reason #5.

Exceptional networking: “I had such a wonderful time connecting and socializing with women in agriculture from all over the country. It was great to network, build relationships, exchange ideas, form friendships, and make memories all while having fun and sharing our diverse agricultural stories.”

 

Reason #4.

Engaging content: “The positive vibe from all topics discussed was exceptional. There was no ‘woe is me’ conversations and I loved that! The event focused on strengthening our own individual talents while encouraging us to keep working hard.”

 

Reason #3.

Empowering outcomes: “My favorite part of the event was the fellowship. The atmosphere of this event was amazing and I can’t get over how welcoming and empowering all of the women were!”

 


Reason #2.
Diverse representation: “Conversations was very engaging and active across all attendees. I loved that there was a diversity amongst the group in age and interest!”
 
Reason #1.
Agriculture“I liked the culture that was created around this event. I think starting out with a networking and fun evening really helped everyone open up from the beginning. All of the women were anxious to know each other and have fun!”

Feeling like you missed out? We would too! Don’t let this year’s opportunity slip away. Tickets are on sale now at www.iamfarmher.com. We look forward to welcoming 225 ladies to Kansas City, MO on June 25-27, 2018 for an event full of connections, collaborations, and a lot of fun!


New this year!

We are excited to be adding a Missouri Agriculture Tour to the event line up. Come along with us as we learn about the rich history and innovations behind their row crop, livestock, and energy industries.


Did you know that Missouri is also home to the very first American Viticultural Area (AVA) in the United States? Napa was the second. We will be sure to take in this legacy through viticulture tours along the way.




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