On November 18, 2021, the Buchanan County WLL Chapter hosted a Learning Session to assist 42 women and men with stress management, especially as it relates to agriculture. Jeff Ditzenberger, Wisconsin farmer and developer of the T.U.G.S. (Talking, Understanding, Growing, Supporting) program for mental health, shared his moving personal story as well as strategies we all can use to make a difference in others’ lives, sometimes at just the right moment.
"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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