Benefits of joining AES Cattlewomen
Some AES CattleWomen Activities include:
Scholarship Fund: We promote the future of the Beef Industry through Youth Scholarships.
Beef Ambassadors: The National Beef Ambassador Program provides an opportunity for youth to educate consumers and students about beef nutrition, food safety, and stewardship practices of the beef industry.
Business meetings to welcome new members, provide a networking opportunity, share updates on accomplishments, and inform the membership on upcoming activities. To see our meeting schedule, check our calendar.
Beef Promotion through booths at local County fairs, California State Fair, and other events. The purpose is to promote education regarding beef and to show support for the beef industry.
Ag Education Efforts: Awards given by California CattleWomen based on the number of students touched by presentations. Includes Amador County Farm Days for third graders and reading in the classroom. Volunteers read books on ranch life to children to introduce them at an early age to our rural lifestyle.