Rebuilding Communities Through  Farming & Agriculture

Learn, network, and share experiences with women breaking ground on the farm and in the agriculture industry. Featuring experts in agri-business, hemp, farm and livestock management, sustainability and environmental concerns, and more! Plus, hear from lawmakers and meet community leaders who are rebuilding communities and transforming the lives of at-risk youth through agricultural initiatives.

This event is free to attend, donations to NWIAA are accepted.

Symposium Venue

The 2019 NWIAA Symposium is being held at Tennessee State University (TSU) located at 3500 John A. Merritt Blvd., Nashville, Tennessee.  Events will be held in the Farrell-Westbrook building or barn.

Note that those needing to park, please park in the Gentry Complex lot (we have parking passes).  There will be a shuttle service from the Gentry Complex to the event building.


This is a FREE event. Registration is required. Deadline August 15, 2019.

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NWIAA has procured the Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville MetroCenter as the Symposium's hotel of choice.  Note that Symposium attendees and speakers are responsible for securing and payment of hotel and travel expenses. NWIAA does not provide for travel and accomodations.

Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville MetroCenter

100 French Landing Drive

Nashville, Tennessee 37228

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Show your support for women farmers and those changing their communities through agriculture by becoming a sponsor.

Sponsorship opportunities offer the benefit of significantly increasing visibility to conference attendees, an excellent way to position your organization with those involved in this new era of agriculture and creating a better future for at-risk youth.


The Women in Agriculture Prosperity Symposium, presented by NWIAA, is an innovative agriculture education forum that attracts many from all over the U.S. and other countries.  Your support of this event will help fund socially disadvantaged women farmers, landowners, high school and college students’ travel and lodging, advertising/press releases, keynote speakers, educational venue and break out rooms, food, Garden Party opening ceremony, entertainment, and other conference expenses.