Women’s Conservation Learning Circle

August 29th, 2017


Our objective is to empower women to make good science-based land use and land management decisions that lead to more viable communities and stronger farm enterprises while improving and sustaining the quality of our natural resources.

Women4Land uses the learning circles to provide information in a comfortable, informal setting where women learn from professional conservationists as well as from each other.  The meetings are facilitated in a way that builds knowledge and confidence.  Participants are considered the “experts” on their own production, farmland and conservation needs, and are encouraged to speak about their own experiences and goals rather than simple listen to a presentation.

W4L provides education and information about conservation management practices, new technology, communicating effectively with tenants, financial assistance programs, where to find assistance and more.

Our participants include beginning or established farmers, experienced landowners with several tenant farmers or new to management.  They represent all types of farming from traditional crops to organic to livestock to truck crops to forestland.  Everyone is welcome, Please RSVP to Wabash County Soil and Water Conservation District (260) 563-7486

****Snacks, Lunch and Transportation for the afternoon field tour provided****

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