Janet Mitchell, along with her husband, Jim, operate Woodside Farm Creamery, a successful small farm in Hockessin, Del., that serves up homemade ice cream made with milk from the farm’s herd of Jersey cows. In addition, Mitchell is a small-animal veterinarian in a busy suburban practice. Thus, Mitchell knows more than a little about ag business.
Nonetheless, she says she’s eager to take part in “Annie’s Project,” a national program that teaches female entrepreneurs about agriculture-related business. The program is being unveiled in Delaware this month by University of Delaware Cooperative Extension.
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The program begins Wednesday, Jan. 27, and runs through March 17. In New Castle County, it will be offered at the New Castle County Extension office, 461 Wyoming Rd., in Newark. In Sussex, it will be offered at UD’s Elbert N. and Ann V. Carvel Research and Education Building, County Seat Highway in Georgetown. Late registrants will be accepted if space allows.
For more info about the northern Delaware class, call Stoops at (302)831-COOP or e-mail her at [email@example.com]. For more info about the southern Delaware class, call Tracy Wootten at (302) 856-7303 or email her at [firstname.lastname@example.org].