Passing my Forest On

Event
Sat, Sep 17, 2022 - 11:00 am
until 2:00 pm
UW-Madison Extension Forestry is excited to announce upcoming women woodland owner events in the Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron County area! We are partnering with women natural resource professionals and local landowners to provide opportunities to:
Event
Fri, Sep 9, 2022 - 10:00 am
until 4:30 pm
Hosted by University of Illinois Extension, Missouri Women Owning Woodlands Network, and Iowa Women’s Woodland Stewardship Network. Sponsored in part by donations from Iowa Tree Farm and Illinois Tree Farm.

When

Friday September 9, 2022

Where

White Oak Campground - Shimek State Forest, IA

Schedule
Article
Written by Maddie Eberly, Forest Stewards Guild
Article
By Liz Bailey

Sarah DeMay is a fire professional and land steward whose experience with wildland fire, both personally and professionally, gives her a unique perspective and motivation to be a resource for other landowners in New Mexico.
Event
Wed, May 26, 2021 - 2:30 pm
until 4:00 pm
Women Owning Woodlands is hosting four webinars in May based on “Women on the Land: A Landowner’s Guide to Stewarding Her Woodlands.”

Register here!
Article
By Janet W. Steele, Clemson University

Original article published by Clemson Extension
Article
Legacy planning is important for ensuring the hard work you’ve put into your land lasts for generations to come. It involves developing a plan for the long term future of your land. It includes addressing who will inherit your land in your will, but it also includes engaging the next generations of landowners. Each plan is unique to the owner and their land.  Starting the process can be a bit daunting though.  But there are small steps that you can start right now that get you on the path to developing your legacy plan. 

So are you ready to get started planning for your legacy? 
Event
Sat, Mar 7, 2020 - 10:30 am
until 2:30 pm
Dr. Linda Rohleder will discuss the steps to developing an invasive species management plan for your property, teach you to identify some common invasive species in our forests, and review the benefits and drawbacks of different management techniques. She will share her experiences writing her own forest stewardship plan for her 13-acre woodlands and some of the challenges she is trying to address as she works to restore the biodiversity of the forest.


Bring your own lunch and a dessert or side dish to share! We’ll provide drinks and snacks.
Article
Life+LAND blog post by Danielle Atkins
Event
Thu, Sep 24, 2020 - 4:00 pm
until 1:00 pm
Save the Date!

More details at www.DelawareHighlands.org/watw
Event
Sat, Jun 15, 2019 - 8:00 am
until 3:45 pm
This women-only workshop will be held at private property with 142 acres of land in Hardwick NJ and begins at 8 am. Topics will address forest health, best management practices, financial benefits of protecting the forest, including forestry stewardship plans and stewardship assistance programs.
Event
Sat, Sep 17, 2022 - 11:00 am
until 2:00 pm
UW-Madison Extension Forestry is excited to announce upcoming women woodland owner events in the Ashland, Bayfield, Douglas, and Iron County area! We are partnering with women natural resource professionals and local landowners to provide opportunities to:
Event
Fri, Sep 9, 2022 - 10:00 am
until 4:30 pm
Hosted by University of Illinois Extension, Missouri Women Owning Woodlands Network, and Iowa Women’s Woodland Stewardship Network. Sponsored in part by donations from Iowa Tree Farm and Illinois Tree Farm.

When

Friday September 9, 2022

Where

White Oak Campground - Shimek State Forest, IA

Schedule
Article
Written by Maddie Eberly, Forest Stewards Guild
Article
By Liz Bailey

Sarah DeMay is a fire professional and land steward whose experience with wildland fire, both personally and professionally, gives her a unique perspective and motivation to be a resource for other landowners in New Mexico.
Event
Wed, May 26, 2021 - 2:30 pm
until 4:00 pm
Women Owning Woodlands is hosting four webinars in May based on “Women on the Land: A Landowner’s Guide to Stewarding Her Woodlands.”

Register here!
Article
By Janet W. Steele, Clemson University

Original article published by Clemson Extension