Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Feb 14, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - The National Women In Agriculture Association (NWIAA) is proud to announce the hosting of its innovative and engaging Women In Agriculture National Conference and Farm Expo! in celebration of its 15-year anniversary. The conference, gathering over two hundred farmers, USDA leaders, researchers, scientists, politicians, veterans, former Olympians, WNBA players, and NFL and NBA ambassadors, will be held on February 21st and 22nd, 2023.
The symposium will consist of education regarding innovative concepts and new developments in urban and rural farming, highlighted by this years theme, Women In Agriculture National Conference and Farm Expo with an Innovative Pro Athletes in Agriculture and International Trade Focus.
NWIAA invites you to join in the festivities on February 21st, 2023, at Oklahoma City University (OCU), 2501 North Blackwelder, Oklahoma City, OK 73106. February 22nd, 2023, will commence their Farmers Expo, located at the NWIAA Outreach Center, 1701 North Martin Luther King Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK 73111. Visit their website, www.nwiaa.org for more information.
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The National Women in Agriculture Association (NWIAA) was recently titled as the largest minority, youth, and women-serving agriculture nonprofit organization in the world, with nearly 80 national chapters, and over 20 internationally.
Our Mission: To save lives and eliminate poverty by increasing the availability of fresh, locally grown foods, while expanding economic opportunities.
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