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Harvest Your Conservation Potential - WiWiC Learning Circles

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Date September 23, 2022   -   October 25, 2022
Location Wisconsin
Registration Required Yes
Fee Description free


Wisconsin Women in Conservation (WiWiC) is launching a statewide series of "Harvest Your Conservation Potential" Learning Circles, hosted at beautiful venues in six regions. The first event is this Wednesday, Sept. 14, from 1-5pm at Twin Bluff Farms, a wedding venue in Stockholm. Treats from Stockholm Pie will be served. These events are organized to connect women landowners and farmers with local conservation professionals and facilitate winter planning for 2023 conservation practice implementation.

All women farmers, landowners and conservationists are welcome, as are women who are contemplating purchasing land.  WiWiC is working to build regional networks of women interested in land stewardship, and the majority of each event will be dedicated to a peer-to-peer Learning Circle and networking time. Local conservation professionals will be present at each gathering to train participants on the value of procuring a Conservation, Forestry, or Grazing Plan. WiWiC provides grants for participants to have professional plans prepared. 

“Harvest Your Conservation Potential” Learning Circle Dates

  • West Central Region, Sept. 14, 1-5pm, Twin Bluff Farms, Stockholm
  • South West Region, Sept. 23, 1-5pm, Wild Hills Winery, Muscoda
  • North East Region, Sept. 29, 1-5pm, Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, Green Bay
  • North West Region, Oct. 7, 3:30-6:30pm, The Creamery Inn, Downsville
  • Central Region, Oct. 13, 1-4pm, Schmeeckle Reserve, Stevens Point
  • South East Region, Oct. 25, 12-3pm, River Bend Nature Center, Racine

Registration is free, RSVP is recommended. Go to wiwic.org/upcoming-events for more info.

Harvest Potential Series WiWiC

For more information, please contact: Kriss Marion, 608-844-3758