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Women of the Land

A program which combines information on land management with skill-based outdoor recreation in a venue that encourages women to become active land managers, develop and hone their management skills, and network with women of similar interests.

All workshops include:

  • Networking with state, federal and private conservation professionals
  • Time to socialize and get to know your fellow landowners
  • Beautiful and unique venues

‘Tools of Conservation’ Events

  • Aldo Leopold, the father of modern wildlife management published Game Management in 1933. In it he quotes “…game (wildlife) can be restored by the creative use of the same tools which have heretofore destroyed it- axe, cow, plow, fire, and gun.”  Each workshop will focus on one of the 5 management tools and will provide greater hands-on opportunities. Examples include; operating ranch equipment, wildlife harvest management,  building ranch improvements like rainwater harvester systems, rotational grazing systems, etc.

‘From the Ground Up’ Events

  • Workshops will focus on the study of healthy habitat fundamentals that work to support healthy wildlife populations, agricultural practices and water.

Registration fees for workshops can vary depending on venue and focus.  Registration fees cover lodging, meals, and educational materials where applicable.  Spots are limited so register early.

Upcoming Events:

Women of the Land: From the Ground Up

Coming April 12, 2024 

James B. Harrison Foundation’s Harrison-Long Point Ranch

More information and registration coming soon!

For more information contact Jared Schlottman, jschlottman@texas-wildlife.org