WC4tL at Black Brook Farm!
Come learn about practices to improve soil and water quality and and network with other woman. This event is for woman farmers, woman landowners and all woman interested in conservation.
Date: June 19, 2020
Time: 10:00 am-3:00 pm
Location: 1150 35th Ave., Amery, WI 54001
About: Ayla Graden-Dodge and her family grow Certified Organic vegetables, pastured heritage-bred pork, grass-fed beef and chickens for an 80-member CSA, local restaurants and a farmer's cooperative on their 140-acre farm. On their farm, they seek to increase the soil health and biodiversity of their land through rotational grazing, cover cropping, oak savannah restoration, pollinator habitat and reducing tillage.
Women Caring for the Land was designed by the Women Food & Ag Network to serve women farmland landowners who are interested in learning more about conservation. Research has shown women value women-only meetings with their peers. These events provide women landowners and farmers the opportunity to network with their peers and learn from resource professionals. For these reasons, we do request that the early portion be women only .
Registration and networking start at 10:00am. Potluck lunch at noon, bring a dish to pass!
All are welcome! Please RSVP by clicking on the link at the upper right hand corner.