Annie's Project is a widely known risk management program emphasizing five areas of risk and creating support networks for women in agriculture. Designed as an 18-hr course delivered through a series of face-to-face classes, it can be adapted to meet the learning needs and time constraints of the target audience and instructors. This article describes modifications and additions to the traditional program delivery that were implemented by the Annie's Project New Jersey team: synchronous learning at multiple locations, archived video-recorded classes, condensed 1-day workshops, a supplemental program about estate and farm transition planning, archived webinars, and international adaptations of the program.
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Brumfield, R. G., Carleo, J. S., Kenny, L. B., Melendez, M., O'Neill, B., Polanin, N., & Reynolds-Allie, K. (2017). Modifying and Supplementing Annie's Project to Increase Impact in New Jersey and Beyond. The Journal of Extension, 55(5), Article 8. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol55/iss5/8