Women Caring for the Land Quad Cities

Women Caring for the Land Quad Cities

Have you inherited farmland you are managing alone or with siblings?  Or perhaps you are widowed and trying to manage alone?  Do you own more than 40 acres, with some in crops? If this describes you, we invite you to have lunch with us to meet and talk with other women like you. Women from… Continue Reading

Women Caring for the Land Workshops Begin March 1

Women Caring for the Land Workshops Begin March 1

Have you inherited farmland you are managing alone or with siblings? Or perhaps you are widowed and trying to manage alone? Do you own more than 40 acres, with some in crops? If this describes you, we invite you to have lunch with us to meet and talk with other women like you. Our Women… Continue Reading

Women Caring for the Land St. Louis

Women Caring for the Land St. Louis

Have you inherited farmland you are managing alone or with siblings?  Or perhaps you are widowed and trying to manage alone?  Do you own more than 40 acres, with some in crops? If this describes you, we invite you to have lunch with us to meet and talk with other women like you. Women from… Continue Reading

Women Caring for the Land Council Bluffs

Women Caring for the Land Council Bluffs

Have you inherited farmland you are managing alone or with siblings?  Or perhaps you are widowed and trying to manage alone?  Do you own more than 40 acres, with some in crops? If this describes you, we invite you to have lunch with us to meet and talk with other women like you. Women from… Continue Reading

Female Farmer Project Podcast Features WFAN Director

Female Farmer Project Podcast Features WFAN Director

Do you ever feel like you are the only one in the room? The only woman farming, the only person speaking up, the only community member advocating for change, the only woman in the room period? Being the only one is an incredibly isolating experience, which is why WFAN’s programs focus on bringing folks like… Continue Reading

WFAN Staff Build Network, Skills at Summer Conferences

WFAN Staff Build Network, Skills at Summer Conferences

WFAN program staff are always working to expand our network and our knowledge and skills in sustainable agriculture and food justice. In the past six months, staff have presented at and attended conferences on a variety of topics. Learn more about their individual experiences in the summaries below. Wren Almitra, Women, Land & Legacy Coordinator… Continue Reading

Women Caring for the Land Osage Registration

Women Caring for the Land Osage Registration

Women who own or manage farmland in Mitchell and surrounding counties are invited to participate in a free discussion focused on soil health on Wednesday, October 25. We will meet at the Milton R Owen Nature Center, 1879-3 HWY 9 in Osage. The program, sponsored by the Mitchell County Soil & Water Conservation District, FSA,… Continue Reading

Women Caring for the Land Maquoketa Registration

Women Caring for the Land Maquoketa Registration

This event is canceled. Women who own or manage farmland in Jackson and surrounding counties are invited to participate in a free discussion focused on soil health on Tuesday, October 24. We will meet at the Hurtsville Interpretive Center, 18670 63rd St, Maquoketa. The program is sponsored by the Jackson Soil & Water Conservation District, FSA,… Continue Reading

Women Caring for the Land Kansas City Registration

Have you inherited farmland you are managing alone or with siblings?  Or perhaps you are widowed and trying to manage alone?  Do you own more than 40 acres, with some in crops? If this describes you, we invite you to have lunch with us to meet and talk with other women like you. Women from… Continue Reading

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