Welcome to New York Annie’s Project: Risk Management Education for Farm and Ranch Women.  
(Visit the national Annie’s Project website at http://www.anniesproject.org/.)

Annie’s Project programs are designed to empower farm and ranch women in managing farm business decision making
and farm transition planning. 
Currently, two Annie’s Project educational programs are offered at various Cornell Cooperative Extension (CCE) Associations
(or at designated sites) around New York; course dates, days, and times will vary:

1)      Farm Business Management for Women in Agriculture (AP-Classic) ~ A Risk Management Perspective. 
Addressed are five areas of risk: Financial, Human Resources, Legal, Marketing, and Production.

2)      Managing for Today and Tomorrow (AP-MTT): Succession, Business, Estate, and Retirement Planning for Farm
and Ranch Women ~ (Farm Transition Planning)

For a 2015-2016 schedule of classes and/or for more information, please reference the map of New York to find
a location nearest to you and to contact the respective Extension educator from the corresponding list of locations that follow.    


Managing for Today and Tomorrow Host Sites in New York State

1.  Cornell Cooperative Extension Clinton County
6064 State Route 22, Plattsburgh NY
Attn: Kimberley Morrill
315.379.9192 (o)

2. Cornell Cooperative Extension St. Lawrence County
2043b State Hwy. 68, Canton, NY 13617
Attn: Kimberley Morrill
315.379.9192 (o)

3. Cornell Cooperative Extension Essex County
3 Sisco St., PO Box 388, Westport, NY 12993-0388
Attn: Anita Deming
518.962.4810 (x409) (o)

4. Cornell Cooperative Extension Lewis and Jefferson Counties
25417 State Rt. 12, Burville, NY 13601
Attn: Peggy Murray
Cornell Cooperative Extension Lewis and Jefferson Counties
315.788.8540 (Jefferson Office)
315.376.5270 (Lewis Office)

5. Cornell Cooperative Extension Wyoming County
401 North Main St., Warsaw, NY  14569
Attn: Joan Petzen
(Farm Business Management Specialist,
NWNY Dairy, Livestock, and Field Crops Team; represents
Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans,
Seneca, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates Counties)
585.786.2251 (x122) (Wyoming Office)                                                    

6. Cornell Cooperative Extension Cayuga County
248 Grant Avenue, Auburn, NY 13021-1495
Attn: Judy Wright
315.255.1183 (o)

7.  Cornell Cooperative Extension Onondaga County
The Atrium, 2 Clinton Square, Syracuse, NY 13202
Attn: Melanie Palmer/Erin Hull

8.  Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida and Madison Counties
121 Second St., Oriskany NY 13424
Attn: Bonnie Collins or Katherine Brosnan
Cornell Cooperative Extension Oneida and Madison Counties
315.736.3394 (x104) (Oneida Office) Bonnie bsc33@cornell.edu
315.684.3001 (x100) (Madison Office) Katherine kmb279@cornell.edu

9. Cornell Cooperative Extension Cortland County             
60 Central Ave., Cortland, NY 13045
Attn: Janice Degni
(Team Leader, Field Crops Specialist,
SCNY Dairy and Field Crops Team; represents Broome,
Chemung, Cortland, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties)
607.753.5215 (Cortland Office)

10. Cornell Cooperative Extension Schoharie and Otsego Counties
173 South Grand St., Cobleskill, NY 12043            
Attn: David Cox
518.234.4303 (x119) (Schoharie Office)

11. Cornell Cooperative Extension Broome County
840 Upper Front St., Binghamton, NY 13905
Attn: Laura Biasillo

12. Cornell Cooperative Extension Delaware County
34570 State Hwy. 10; Ste. 2, Hamden, NY 13782
Attn: Mariane Kiraly

13. Cornell Cooperative Extension Columbia County
479 Route 66, Hudson, NY  12534
Attn: Stephen Hadcock
(Beginning Farmer and Market Development Educator,
Capital Area Agriculture and Horticulture Program;
represents Albany, Columbia, Greene, Schenectady,and Washington Counties)
518.828.3346 (x106) (Columbia Office)

14. Cornell Cooperative Extension Ulster County
232 Plaza Rd., Kingston, NY 12401
Attn: Elizabeth Higgins
845.340.3390 (o)