Are you a woman who owns land and has questions about how to care for your woods? Register today for Woodland Stewardship for Women! At this one-day informal workshop located at the beautiful Kickapoo Valley Reserve, you will spend the day connecting with other women landowners and women natural resource professionals, and learn how you can be an active steward of your woods. Women of all knowledge levels are welcome. Whether you are a new landowner or simply want to more actively contribute to the management of your land, this workshop is for you.
Kickapoo Valley Reserve Visitor Center
S3661 Wisconsin 131
La Farge, WI
$10 registration fee Free lunch, coffee and snacks provided
To register and learn more about the event, go to: https://womenandwoodlands.eventbrite.com
*Registration is required for this workshop and spots are limited, to give participants the opportunity to talk about their land and goals one-on- one and in a small group setting
with local natural resource professionals. The deadline to register is April 13.
Questions about the workshop? Contact: Katy Thostenson, 608.535.7049, firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is made possible by a generous bequest to the University of Wisconsin Foundation by Ralph Nuzum and administered by the UW-Madison College of Agricultural & Life Sciences.
This workshop is brought to you by the following partners: Aldo Leopold Foundation, UW-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Forestry Insights, UW-Stevens Point Becoming an Outdoors Woman, Kickapoo Valley Reserve, Kickapoo Woods Cooperative, My Wisconsin Woods and UW-Extension.