Women's Learning Circle: The Power of Collaboration - Lincoln, Neb.

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Calling all women farmers! Would you like to know more about how cooperatives work, the benefits of banding together, and the opportunities out there for cooperatives? Join us on Nov. 30.

Join us for our wrap-up learning circle, "Cooperatives, the power of collaboration," on Thursday, Nov. 30, 2017, hosted by the Center for Rural Affairs and Cottonwood Bistro. This free event will be held at Cottonwood Bistro, 440 S 11th St., Lincoln, Nebraska, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.

We will hear from Elaine Cranford, Cooperative Business Development Specialist at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Cranford provides technical assistance to cooperatives, groups, and beginning farmers and ranchers.

There will be time for refreshments, questions, and networking.

Let's get together one more time before winter hits!

For more information, contact Kirstin Bailey at kirstinb@cfra.org, or 402.367.8989.

What are learning circles?

The Center for Rural Affairs' learning circles are peer group sessions that consider participants the experts on their own production, farmland, and conservation needs. Information, experience, and resources are shared at each circle, allowing women to implement what they’ve learned into their own farm business or operation.