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Women in Agriculture to Listening Sessions
November 14 @ 6:00 pm
Mahaska and Marion County Women, Land & Legacy Invite Women in Agriculture to Listening Sessions
Contact: Wendi Denham, Mahaska County FSA County Executive Director, (641)673-3476
Angie Vos, Marion County FSA County Executive Director, (641)842-3168
Women who own farmland and/or farm in Mahaska and Marion counties are invited to join their Women, Land & Legacy (WLL) team at one of two upcoming Listening Sessions. The Listening Session is an opportunity for women who are engaged in agriculture and land management to let the WLL local team know what their strengths and needs are and to share ideas about how agencies and organizations can better assist them. Based on feedback from the Listening Sessions, the local team will help organize future events and field days that fit the educational interests and needs of female landowners and farmers.
Registration and a light meal will begin at 6pm. Meeting will start promptly at 6:30pm. Please choose a location that is most convenient for you.
Monday, November 13th
ISU Extension Office
212 North I Street
Oskaloosa, Iowa 52577
Tuesday, November 14th
ISU Extension Office
210 North Iowa Street
Knoxville, Iowa 50138
WLL is a unique USDA state-wide program, currently active in 29 counties, providing locally-led education and outreach, as well as networking opportunities, particularly for women landowners and farmers in Iowa. In an agricultural climate where nearly 50% of land in Iowa is owned or co-owned by women, programming that educates and empowers female landowners and farmers is a crucial need for the future of Iowa farms.
This event is free and open to the public, women are strongly encouraged to attend.
For more information, special accommodations or to RSVP contact Wendi Denham at (641) 673-3476 for November 13th, or Angie Vos at (641) 842-3168 for November 14th by Friday, November 3rd. Learn more about the state-wide program at www.womenlandandlegacy.org.
Women, Land & Legacy is a USDA project coordinated through the Women, Food & Ag. Network. More on WFAN at wfan.org. USDA is an equal opportunity lender, provider, and employer. Complaints of discrimination should be sent to USDA, Director, OCR, Washington D.C. 20250-9410 or call 866-632-9992 or 800-877-8339.