Conferences

Meet other women in agriculture face to face.

Conferences are a great way to strengthen your network, learn new ideas, and step outside your daily routine. There are a number of conferences across Canada that bring women in agriculture together to learn, share, and recharge.

Atlantic Farm Women

This annual conference provides women involved or interested in agriculture with concrete ideas that they can take home to their farms or jobs and incorporate into their communities.

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Advancing Women Conference

Two annual conferences (one for Western Canada and one for Eastern Canada) bring together women who are passionate about agriculture and food, including students, producers, entrepreneurs, and representatives of grower associations or corporate agribusiness.

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Connect – the Heart of the Farm

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

The primary goal of this event is to have fun and show genuine appreciation for farm women. The second goal is to provide a comfortable setting for women to gain education and knowledge to help them be successful, and leave inspired to take on another season and keep things going! Third, this event is a platform for farm women to network, get to know one another, and connect with people in the industry.

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Executive Women in Agriculture Conference

Now in its sixth year, this annual conference attracts nearly 250 producers and agribusiness professionals from the U.S. and Canada. The event includes keynote speakers, educational breakout sessions, and networking opportunities.

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Women in Agribusiness

Launched in 2012, this conference attracts hundreds of executive-level women who are passionate about agribusiness and the crucial need to recruit, retain, and advance women in the industry.

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Manitoba Farm Women’s Conference

The Manitoba Farm Womens Conference is a non profit organization run by volunteer farm women. A conference is planned once a year in one of three cities in Manitoba. Its aim is to provide farm and rural women from around the province with an opportunity to expand knowledge, inform and communicate ideas and above all enjoy.

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