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Wis. Women in Conservation launches lunch series
Project Lead Esther Shekinah, a research agronomist at Michael Fields Agricultural Institute, does research on industrial hemp and cover crops, in addition to leading the WiWiC team of regional coordinators and conservation coaches. “This project provides the resources and networks to support Wisconsin women landowners in our commitment to steward our land for future generations.”
BLANCHARDVILLE — Wisconsin Women in Conservation (WiWiC) is launching a four-part virtual Conservation Summer Camp Lunch Series that aims to address the top land stewardship concerns of women farmers and landowners across the state. All women who desire to better care for land, water and wildlife are welcome to attend.