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Happenings you shouldn't miss in the weeks ahead.

Conservation learning circles focus on any number of topics that can help private landowners improve their land, such as regenerative agriculture,

reducing invasive plants, attracting wildlife, providing pollinator habitat, developing a conservation plan, reducing erosion on fields or streambanks, improving soil health, protecting wetlands and water quality, improving tree stands, and more.  

Please check back often as our calendar is regularly updated.  Visit the Women4theLand YouTube channel to view some of our past virtual conservation conversations.   Click here to view a map of past Women's Learning Circles.


NOTE: Women4theLand supported in-person events will follow all Federal, State and local government guidelines.  We encouarge mask wearing and social distancing.  Please click here to read more about our pandemic response. 


Oct 5

How to Lasagna Garden  -   Via Zoom

A Conservation Conversation via Zoom hosted by Women4theLand and Purdue Women in Agriculture.

Start NOW making your soil healthier for your spring garden!  We'll chat about how to layer mulching materials this fall to prepare your soil for next season. Lasagna gardening will help you avoid disturbing the soil and will invite good critters to start making your soil healthier. Our discussion leader will be Marian M. Rodriguez-Soto, Urban Soil Health Specialist with Urban Soil Health program.

October 5, 2022 from 12 pm to 1 pm Eastern

RSVP Here



Oct 6 

Forest Management and Selling Timber   -   Via Zoom

A Conservation Conversation via Zoom hosted by Women4theLand and Purdue Women in Agriculture.

Do you own forestland and are thinking of selling timber? How do you know whether you should harvest, and what are some of the things to consider when planning a harvest? How do you manage your woods so it can provide income, but still remain healthy and productive for the future? What should you expect during the sale and actual harvesting of timber? Join the conversation with Janet Eger, District Forester, Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

October 6, 2022  from 12 pm to 1 pm Eastern

RSPV Here



Oct 19 

Forestry and Invasive Species     Montgomery CountY

An in-person Women's Conservation Circle with a focus on forestry and the importance of managing invasive species. The morning includes discussion and networking followed by a visit to the Moore Family Tree Farm for demos on tool use, timber stand improvement and more.  Morning refreshments and lunch will be provided.  The program is FREE but spots are limited.  RSVP today! 

October 19, 2022   9 am - 3 pm, Fusion 54, 101 West Main St., Crawfordsville, IN (training area 4th floor)

RSVP to Megan Sweeney with the Montgomery Co. SWCD at 765-362-0405 ext 3., or at [email protected] by Oct 14th



Nov 3 

Invasive Species     Tippecanoe CountY

An in-person Women's Conservation Circle with a focus on invasive species. During this program, we’ll discuss individual land stewardship goals, cover the basic principles of invasive plant identification and control, and share information.  Lunch will be provided.  The program is FREE but spots are limited.  RSVP today! 

November 3, 2022   9 am - 3 pm, Prophetstown State Park 4112 Indiana 225 West Lafayette, IN 47906

Visit this  eventbrite link for more information and to RSVP.   Questions? Please contact Angie Miller at [email protected] or 765-474-9992, ext. 3.



Past 2022 Events


02/16/2022     Love Your Soils        Carroll and Clinton Counties

02/22/2022     Habitat for Pollinators - Planning, Sourcing, and Site Prep     View YouTube Video Here

03/02/2022     Soil Health and Water Quality     Wayne County

03/08/2022     How to Attract Backyard Birds Using Natives    View YouTube Video Here

03/22/2022     Community Science and Pollinator Conservation 

03/24/2022     Women's Learning Circle for NW Indiana   

03/31/2022     Soil Health Women's Learning Circle    Fountain and Warren Counties 

04/06/2022     Conservation Values      Wayne County

04/07/2022     Managing for Game Birds     View YouTube Video Here

04/12/2022     Forestry      Tippecanoe County

04/14/2022     Early Invasives and Making a Plan    View YouTube Video Here    

05/04/2022     Conservation Planning    Wayne County

05/19/2022     All About Livestock and Rotational Grazing    Hendricks County

05/23/2022     Identifying and Controlling Invasive Insects   View YouTube Video Here

05/24/2022     Turning Your Grass to Garden   View YouTube Video Here

06/07/2022     Pollinators Habitat - Progress, Maintenance, & Challenges  View YouTube Video Here  

06/08/2022     Pollinators and Soil Health       Posey, Vanderburgh, & Warrick Counties

06/09/2022     Making your Woodlands Work for You      Parke & Vermillion Counties

07/12/2022     Pollinators    Pulaski & Starke Counties

07/18/2022     Women's Learning Circle   Rush County

07/20/2022     Managing Forest for Birds   View YouTube Video Here

08/02/2022     Pollinators  Hendricks County

08/24/2022     Putting Your Garden to Bed   View YouTube Video Here

08/30/2022     Pollinators  Grant and Huntington Counties

09/08/2022     Invasive Grasses   View YouTube Video Here

09/20/2022     Pollinators Habitat - Preparing for Winter View YouTube Video Here 

09/21/2022     Healthy Soil   Greene County

09/22/2022     All about Wildlife Management   Fountain & Warren Counties

09/29/2022     Invasives: Controlling Wood Species  View YouTube Video Here