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Delivering Annie’s Project in ND Electronically By: Willie Huot State Project Coordinator. Empowering women to become better business partners. 2006 Program in ND. Partnered with Minnesota Funded largely by a RMA grant Delivered to 5 sites Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton, Minot, Jamestown

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delivering annie s project in nd electronically by willie huot state project coordinator
Delivering Annie’s Project in ND

Electronically

By: Willie Huot

State Project Coordinator

2006 program in nd
2006 Program in ND
  • Partnered with Minnesota
  • Funded largely by a RMA grant
  • Delivered to 5 sites
    • Fargo, Grand Forks, Grafton, Minot, Jamestown
      • 95 participants In ND
  • Registration fees: $50.00
2006 sites
2006 Sites
  • Two sites with all local presenters
  • Three sites with presentations done via IVN
what we learned about electronic delivery
What we learned about electronic delivery
  • Can be used as an effective delivery tool
  • Greatly reduces costs
  • Can be challenging if used exclusively for the delivery method
  • Requires scheduling many months in advance
  • Requires special skills for presenters
2007 program in nd
2007 Program in ND
  • No grant funds
  • Partnered with private businesses
  • Delivered to sixteen sites in ND
  • Enrollment of 300 participants
  • Registration fees of $100.00
state wide sponsorships minimum 1 000
State Wide Sponsorships (Minimum: $1,000)
  • Help pay the overall costs of project
    • Software
    • Portfolios
    • Marketing & Promotion
    • Speaker fees/honorariums
    • Site expenses (except for food/meals)
local sponsorships
Local Sponsorships
  • Help offset local meal costs for participants
  • Provide for some scholarships
  • No minimum $ amount or deadline
sponsor recognition
State wide

Recognition on all promotional pieces relating to project.

Local Sponsorships

Recognized locally.

Sponsor recognition
program delivery
Program Delivery
  • Part of each program delivered over the Interactive Video Network
  • Part of each program delivered at each location by local professionals
  • Each session approximately 3 hours long
  • Each session begins with light meal to foster networking and sharing within group
program content
Program content
  • Human resources, personality profiles
  • Women & finances
  • Farm & ranch financial records
  • Using spreadsheet & other software
  • Crop & livestock marketing
  • Business Plans- Bringing it all together
2008 project
2008 Project
  • Planned for approximately 300 participants
  • 23 locations
  • Most new sites were in the Western part of the state
  • Registration fee remained @ $100.00
  • No major change in delivery methods
  • Began 3rd week in January
developed facilitator s manual
Edited by facilitators

Detailed descriptions

Used in 2008

Valuable resource

Reduced “anxiety”

Developed Facilitator’s Manual
program promotions
Program Promotions
  • Web site: www.ag.ndsu.edu/anniesproject
  • Program brochures
  • Ads (AGWEEK and FARM & RANCH) Newsletters & feature stories
  • Radio advertising
  • Word of mouth
registration process for 2008
Registration Process for 2008
  • Registrations began in Oct 2007
  • On line: www.ag.ndsu.edu/anniesproject
      • MSWord or PDF
      • List updated daily
  • Cost: $100.00 per person (Must accompany registration application)
  • January 9, 2008 registration deadline
      • $35.00 late fee after this date
  • Classes began week of January 21, 2008
what past participants have said
What past participants have said
  • “Farming is a partnership between husband and wife, not just the husband’s career”
  • “I changed my mind about letting my husband make all the marketing decisions. I fee the best decisions will now be made jointly”
  • “Every women in farming should take this course. The knowledge, sharing and empowerment are priceless!!
  • I wish I would have known all this years ago!!
financial overview
Financial Overview
  • No Extension staff receive additional $$ for being involved in the project
  • Non Extension presenters receive honorariums
  • $100.00 registration fees pay for about 75% of participant’s cost (No complaints about registration fee)
financial overview continued
Financial Overview (Continued)
  • Statewide sponsorships generates $7500 - $10,000 per year (Farm Credit Services & North Dakota Grain Growers)
  • Local sponsors @ each site pay for all meals
  • All revenues from registrations & state sponsors sent to central location.
  • Counties receive reimbursement for:
    • Room/lab rent, copying costs, misc. expenses
keys for successful program delivery
Keys for Successful Program Delivery
  • Very committed staff
  • In-Service training (two per year)
  • State-wide plan for promotion, administration & coordination
  • Partnering with the private sector
    • Statewide & Local sponsors
  • Website www.ag.ndsu.edu/anniesproject
  • Work closely with Annie’s Project founders!!
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