We are excited to announce our new Wisconsin Women Woodland Owner Program!
To celebrate we kicked off the new year with a webinar series geared towards women woodland owners in Northwestern Wisconsin, and presented on the following topics:
- Accessing and Organizing Woodland Owner Resources
- Tree Identification
- Invasive Plant Identification and Control
These casual sessions offer women woodland owners the opportunity learn valuable information about many woodland management topics. Our webinars begin with a 30 minute presentation and end with a 30 minute Q&A session. The Q&A provides ample time to elaborate on important topics and answer questions from landowners. We invite state experts to speak at our webinars and join our Q&A sessions to provide in depth information and additional resources for landowners.
**NOTE – Webinar registration is full at this time. If you are interested in upcoming online learning please go to our event page. If you are interested in staying informed about future women landowner events please scroll down for contact information**
This May we will be gathering for a hike to practice identifying invasive plants, and for two invasive plant workshops near Menomonie, WI*. Scroll down to check out how we keep you safe during our in person events. Check back with us in March if you live near Menomonie and are interested in joining!
If you have questions or would like to stay up to date on future events please contact Lauren Larsen by email.
Lauren Larsen, Natural Resources Educator
Photo Credit: Jeannine Richards
*Extension is holding this event in accordance with guidance from the CDC, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, and UW–Madison. We are undertaking steps to reduce the risk of illness, however a risk is inherent to gatherings.
*We follow CDC and UW-Madison guidelines for in person events by breaking into small groups, maintaining social distance, wearing masks in shared spaces, and providing masks and sanitizer for participants.
*UW-Madison Division of Extension faculty, staff and volunteers may require that program participants leave a program, based on health concerns associated with COVID-19