• 27Oct

    The Rural Women’s Project, a program of the Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) supporting women farmers and food-based entrepreneurs will be hosting five free workshops this November in Iowa  and Wisconsin:  “Sowing Fresh Seeds: Resources, Opportunities & Inspiration for Women Farmers and ECOpreneurs.”   Dates and locations below.  More information and registration details on the MOSES calendar (http://mosesorganic.org/events.html) or e-mail Lisa Kivirist MOSES Rural Women’s Project Director Co-Author, ECOpreneuring & Rural Renaissance Inn Serendipity Farm and B&B  (Browntown, WI) www.innserendipity.com

    “Sowing Fresh Seeds:  Resources, Opportunities & Inspiration for Women Farmer and ECOpreneuring”   These free seminars bring together various tools, resources and networking opportunities for women passionate about improving our food and agriculture system, connecting both seasoned farmers and business owners with women launching new ventures. Women with existing businesses and those seeking to start new farms and green business ventures are encouraged to attend. Facilitated by the Rural Women’s Project, a program of the Midwest Organic & Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) Read more »

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