Conference2022-09-13T19:37:34+00:00

Annual Conference

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The 2023 Arkansas Women in Agriculture Conference will be April 3 & 4 in Hot Springs.

2022 Arkansas Women in Agriculture Conference

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I become a conference vendor or sponsor?2022-01-07T20:40:58+00:00

Conference vendors and sponsors can register online. Visit our registration website and then choose Vendor or Sponsor under registration options.

Why should I attend this conference?2022-01-07T20:43:41+00:00

The Arkansas Women in Agriculture Conference is a perfect opportunity to connect and grow with other women from across the state of Arkansas who share your interests. Our membership is made up of farmers, ranchers, agriculture professionals, students studying ag, and more! We welcome any woman who has an interest in agriculture.

With five workshop sessions and two exciting keynote speakers, we’re sure you’ll leave our conference with a renewed excitement for our industry and many new friends.

How do I become an Arkansas Women in Agriculture member?2022-01-07T20:45:40+00:00

If you register for the 2022 Arkansas Women in Agriculture Conference, you are automatically added to our membership. If you can not attend the conference but would like to take advantages of our membership like virtual educational events and our newsletter, you can become a member here!

What Our Members Say

“I believe that AWIA gives women from all branches of Ag, the opportunity to come together and advocate for our state’s largest industry. I believe that agriculture is the backbone of our nation, and that women play a major role.”

– Abby Clay

“Agriculture is not just a man’s world anymore, although it was for a long time. There are plenty of women who work out in the fields, too. I feel responsible to grow the business end of our farm because my name is on the paperwork along with my husband’s, and I’m just as responsible to pay off our crop loan as he is. I lose sleep over things just like he does, and I hope for the biggest crop yield like he does.”

– Allison Gurley,
participant

“The conference is a great way of learning new farm tools and management techniques along with networking and building valuable relationships with other landowners, farmers and ranchers throughout the state.”

– Monica Paskewitz,
2017-2019 AWIA President

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