Farm Tour Success: Four Key Ingredients from the Soil Sisters

Farm Tour Success: Four Key Ingredients from the Soil Sisters

By Lisa Kivirist As summer rolls in and our farms shine in bountiful abundance, color and beauty, it’s the perfect time to host a farm tour. Blending education with business, a farm tour directly connects your customers with what you are all about and give you the opportunity to personally and authentically share what sustainable…Continue Reading

No One Will Care for the Land Like You Do

No One Will Care for the Land Like You Do

Many of you may have first read the story of Ruth and Shawna Rabinowitz through WFAN’s spring 2014 newsletter. The California sisters’ father David, a retired Arizona physician, owns 10 Iowa farms, and his daughters are gradually assuming full management of the properties. Conservation is a key goal for them, and they are working hard…Continue Reading

WFAN’s 2015 Annual Conference

WFAN’s 2015 Annual Conference

WFAN’s 2015 annual conference will be Friday and Saturday, November 6 and 7, at the Radisson Quad City Plaza in Davenport, Iowa. We hope you will join us to connect with 200 other women who, like you, are engaged in healthy food and farming! Click here to learn more about the conference and to register.…Continue Reading

WFAN Board Member Angie Carter Receives Fellowship

WFAN Board Member Angie Carter Receives Fellowship

We are thrilled that our board member Angie Carter received a Toyota TogeterGreen Conservation fellowship to work with us in reaching out to farmland owners on a watershed-scale. Here’s what Angie has to say: Nature usually doesn’t pay attention to property boundaries. Our water quality is impacted by what people do (or don’t do) upstream.…Continue Reading

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