The Winnebago and Worth County Women, Land and Legacy group hosted a program entitled “Caring for the Land” which was led by Ed Cox, Staff Attorney for Drake University Agricultural Law Center in Des Moines. He covered information about implementing conservation practices, conservation on leased land, beginning farmer programs, and transitioning to the next generation: ensuring a conservation legacy. More than 80 Worth and Winnebago County women participated in the meeting. Share the activities of your WLL group with us at email@example.com today!
"Women, Land and Legacy is a model for success as it provides education and information targeted to and locally led by women. It is empowering and confidence-building." — WLL participating county.
"Women, Land and Legacy is a great way to learn and listen." — WLL participant.
"We, as women, have a big opportunity for change and the opportunity to support those changes." — WLL participating county.
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