WAGIN hosted Women in Farming's annual seminar last week, which brought about 110 people to the town.
Attendees heard from a variety of speakers, including informative and inspirational people who spoke about farm and agricultural business, landcare, fire prevention, soil organic carbon, weather forecasting and goal setting.
Women in Farming president Carolyn Reid said "there was so much wisdom from our speakers".
Ms Reid said the organisation has re-branded from previously being known as Women in Farming Enterprises (WIFE) to be more inclusive.
From Great Southern Grammar were head of senior boarding Vanessa Bromhead (left) and head of middle boarding Tara Ball.
Grower Group Alliance stakeholder and communications manager Kallista Bolton (left), Wide Open Agriculture product analyst Peter Downey and Women in Farming treasurer and Lake Grace farmer Yvette Downey.
BJS Insurance Brokers area manager Fiona Kirk (left), Wagin farmer Kara Jeffery and Wagin Agri Services representative Cath Painter.
Boyup Brook farmer Hayley Graham (left) and CSBP Hyden area manager Danika Butler.
Lake Grace farmers Janine Watson (left) and Paula Carruthers.
Farmer Jenny O'Halloran (left), Kojonup, Great Southern Livestock owner Jacinta Sibley, Kojonup and Safe Farms WA executive officer Maree Gooch.
From Lake Grace were Rabobank rural manager Claire Gray (left) and farmer Michelle Slarke.
From Farmanco were product manager Georgia King (left), administration officer Eileen Lee and marketing manager Jo Smallacomb.
p Growers Courtney Wilson (left), Cranbrook and Janelle Bairstow, Dongolocking.
From Elders were district wool manager Sarah Buscumb (left) and rural products sales manager Sonia Nalder.
RSM director Jo Gilbert (left), with farmers Jane Kowald, Kojonup and Caroline House, Ongerup.
Farmers Jacky Chadwick (left), Williams and Nadine Bailey, Kojonup.