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Past EVENTS

On March 22, 2013 the New York Agri-women of Suffolk County held a spring workshop called Women in the business of Long Island Agriculture.  The theme of the workshop was “Sharing Our Story.”  The event was attended by eighty women from all career backgrounds, including farmers, lawyers, doctors, bankers, politicians, mothers, daughters and people who were just interested in Long Island Agriculure.  It was an amazing event.

 

Over fifty attendees participated in the New York City Conference in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.  The conference was bookended with tours of Brooklyn Grange, Eagle Street and Anarchy in a Jar.  The conference included panels on food education, Community Supported Agriculture, and value-added food products.  Speakers presented on the New York State Agriculture Mediation Program, agriculture advocacy, importance of female involvement in New York agriculture, and Grow NYC's survey results on Greenmarket farmers.

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In conjunction with its Second Annual Meeting, NYAW hosted a group of Japanese women on an agri-tour through the Hudson Valley.

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Sheila Marshman represented New York AgriWomen at the Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations.

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Erica Leubner from Tim's Pumpkin Patch represented New York Agri-Women at the Rural Women Empowerment and Life Improvement Association ("WELI") Annual Meeting in Tokyo, Japan.

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This March over forty members of the Long Island agricultural community attended the inaugural meeting of the New York Agri-Women Suffolk County Chapter. While enjoying a wine and cheese pairing and luncheon at the Laurel Lakes Vineyards, members listened to New York Agri-Women founder and President, Cari Rincker, Esq  discuss the mission and goals of the organization. Among the issues discussed were needed improvements in government regulations, the education of young women about farming careers and the opportunity of providing a forum for women who practice agriculture on Long Island.
Females in the Syracuse greater area met at Tassone's Wine Garden in Baldwinsville, NY to discuss the future of New York Agri-Women.  The group also toured Emmi & Sons Inc. Fruit and Vegetable Farm.

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New York Agri-Women gathered in New York City in June 2010 with several members of the American Agri-Women for a reception at the home of Mitzi Perdue and agritours at the Stone Barn Food & Agriculture Center, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey in Red Hook, Growing Chefs rooftop community garden in Brooklyn, and the Union Square Farmers Market.

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In April 2010, ladies from the Finger Lakes region enjoyed a wine tour in Penn Yan.
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