Women of the Land
Women of the Land is a training program that focuses on supporting a land ethic by nurturing land stewards through a wide range of wildlife, habitat, and land management curricula. The program provides a unique and friendly environment for women to learn hands-on and ask questions of the state's top natural resource professionals while networking with women of similar interests.
Our goal is to empower women to make informed decisions for the land and its resources today, tomorrow, and for future generations. We will create a legacy of natural resource literacy by educating each other, our peers, our children, and policy makers of the importance of good land stewardship.
Registration for the November 16-18 Women of the Land event is OPEN. Click here to register!
This workshop will be held at the Welder Wildlife Refuge. Take a look at some of these photos to see the abundant wildlife!
Photos courtesy of Jessica Glasscock
For more information contact Iliana Peña at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-839-9453