Women4theLand

Upcoming Events

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.

Mon

7/19/21

Understanding the Pond Ecosystem

Zoom Webinar          12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM Eastern           View the Recording

 

Learn about the living and non-living components of the pond ecosystem. Understanding this system will better prepare you to manage your pond and to meet your goals, whether you use your pond for fishing, wildlife habitat, livestock, recreation or some other purpose. 

Mon

7/26/21

Developing a PonD Monitoring & Management Plan

Zoom Webinar          12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM Eastern           RSVP here

 

Understanding what your pond needs and creating an annual plan for regular monitoring will ensure your pond stays healthy. A management plan can help you identify and meet your goals and provide steps to achieve these goals.  

Mon

8/2/21

Fish Stocking & Harvest

Zoom Webinar          12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM Eastern           RSVP here

 

Planning and careful management are essential for good fishing and a healthy fish population. Learn about how to access your fish population and addresses challenges. 

Mon

8/9/21


Aquatic Vegetation Management

Zoom Webinar          12:00 Noon - 1:30 PM Eastern           RSVP here

 

Plants from shelter and food for your fish but also can be problematic in a pond if not managed property. Learn about the benefits of some plant species you may have in your pond and how to manage the problem plants. 

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