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Women Caring for the Land

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Date September 27, 2018
Time 8:30AM - 3:00PM
Location Long Winter Farm
Registration Required Yes

Wisconsin Farmers Union, in partnership with Pheasants Forever, will host Women Caring for the Land workshops around the state this summer. These events are geared toward women farmers or landowners who are interested in learning more about conservation. Each event will kick off with coffee and networking. Lunch is a potluck (main dish provided) so bring a dish to pass. Please dress for walking in pastures.

Host Farm:
Long Winter Farm
W1446 Lawlor Rd.
East Troy, WI

Rachel Anderson's mission is to farm efficiently and sustainably profitable at low environmental impact. This 1500-acre farm utilizes no-till, strip-till, GNSS-based application, advanced cover crop systems, and water quality monitoring. Additionally, they maintain refuge for wildlife through wetland, prairie, and oak savanna restorations. Rachel and her mother Pamela are starting a new adventure on the farm with a brand-new cut-flower business.

For more information about these events contact Deb Jakubek at 715-590-2130. Please register under the corresponding event at or RSVP to the WFU State Office at 715-723-5561. The Women Caring for the Land series was developed by the Women, Food and Agriculture Network. Learn more at 


Persons with disabilities who require accommodations to attend or participate in this event should contact Nga Watts, ASTC-Management and Strategy, at 352-338-9577,, or Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339 two weeks before the event takes place.


USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender. 



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For more information, please contact: Deb Jakubek, 715-590-2130