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Women Land and Legacy (WLL) chapters were very busy across Iowa in the first quarter of calendar year 2022. More events are taking place due to lower COVID cases, which is good news and tremendous benefit to the women in … Continue reading
It has been quite a few years since Women Land and Legacy (WLL) has seen new chapters form. This is changing in 2022 with two new chapters already by February! The Winneshiek WLL Chapter will hold two Listening Sessions in … Continue reading
Pre-COVID, the Cedar, Johnson, Muscatine and Scott WLL Chapter held monthly Lunch & Learns the first Friday of each month. Of course, those hadn’t been happening until the activity return on December 3, 2021. That day, the WLL Chapter held … Continue reading
The Cedar, Johnson, Muscatine and Scott WLL Chapter held an educational and fun event on November 30, 2021 for women that wanted to utilize local spruce tips and boughs to make holiday porch pots! The event took place at the … Continue reading
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, … Continue reading
On November 16, 2021, twenty-eight women and men attended the 40th Learning Session hosted by Tama County WLL since their efforts began in 2007. The event, which included a celebratory cake, provided tremendous information on organic gardening. Dan Fillius with … Continue reading
Fremont, Mills, Montgomery, Page and Pottawattamie counties make up the SW Iowa WLL Chapter. On October 27, 2021, they held an event attended by 39 women that learned about “Native Wildflowers – Iowa’s Hidden Treasure” from Shirley Miller with ISU … Continue reading
The Tama County Women Land and Legacy will hold a Learning Session on November 16 with dessert and registration at 6:30pm and a program beginning at 7pm. The topic will be “Organic Farming for the Home Gardener” and will feature … Continue reading
The counties involved with the SW Iowa Women Land and Legacy efforts (Fremont, Mills, Montgomery, Page and E. Pottawattamie) are hosting a Learning Session entitled “Native Wildflowers – Iowa’s Hidden Treasure” on Oct. 27 from 6-8pm. The event will take … Continue reading