The 2021 Extension Risk Management Education National Conference was held on March 23-25, 2021 in a virtual format.
Approximately 400 participants from across the country participated in over thirty-five, 30-minute concurrent sessions which covered the five areas of agricultural risk – production, marketing, financial, human and legal.
The agenda also included 2 keynote presentations and three professional development sessions. These sessions focused on program evaluation and impacts: 1) Writing a Robust Set of Measurable Results/Outcomes; 2) Evaluating Your Programs: Embedded Methods for Measuring Outcomes; and 3) 2021 ERME Outstanding Project Award Presentations.
In addition to the concurrent sessions, many other successful programs and topics addressing risk management education were showcased at the Poster Session.
Extension Risk Management Education held its inaugural National Conference in 2000 and has been hosting a conference annually since 2003. Please click here for information regarding previous conferences.
The North Central Center announces over $1.29 million in funding to support educational projects focused on providing risk management education to producers. Read about the new 2021 awards under Funded Projects. Congratulations to the new Project Directors!
Join us in 2021 as the Extension Risk Management Education National Conference goes virtual! The 2021 Extension Risk Management Education National Conference will bring together public and private sector educators, crop insurance agents, lenders, and other agricultural professionals to share
The North Central Center delivered an Applicant Webinar on September 30, 2020. You can find links to the recording and slides, along with additional information on the funding opportunity and how to apply on the ERME RFA page. Or go
Request for Applications are now closed. Applicants will be notified of results by February 12, 2021. The North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center, in conjunction with the Northeast, Southern and Western Regional Centers announces the availability of multiple competitive