Women Land & Legacy Meeting
Women, Land & Legacy Meeting
Meeting Date: Thursday, November 21, 2013
Free Supper and Registration: 5:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Meal sponsored by Cartersville Elevator
Program & Discussion: “Crop Production and Current Issues” by Rollie Knudson, Cartersville Elevator
“Land Conservation Practices and Current Issues” by Mark Johnson, ISU Extension Agronomist
6:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Location: 4-H Learning Center, North Iowa Events Center, 3700 4th St. SW, Mason City, Iowa
Please R.S.V.P. by November 20
The next Women, Land and Legacy meeting will be held on November 21, 2013. Rollie Knudson from Cartersville Elevator will give a presentation on “Crop Production and Current Issues”, and Mark Johnson, ISU Extension Agronomist, will give a presentation on “Land Conservation Practices and Current Issues." .
Women, Land and Legacy discussion meetings offer presentations and discussion on topics that are a concern of women involved in farming. Everyone is invited to come. Please let us know if you have any ideas or suggestions for discussion topics by calling Cerro Gordo County Extension, 641-423-0844.
The vision of Women, Land & LegacySM is to have women come together to converse, listen, and become empowered to act on their landscape and in their community.
The mission of Women, Land & LegacySM is “Through small group dialogue and focused conversation, Iowa women are given the opportunity to inform agencies and organizations of their needs and what specific outreach strategies would serve them best.”
The Cerro Gordo County agricultural agencies have teamed up to offer this tremendous outreach program for the women in our communities. Women, Land and Legacy discussion meetings offer presentations and discussion on topics that are a concern of women involved in farming.
WLL Planning Committee Members:
- Mary Everhart
- Carol Boehlje
- Linda Anderegg
- Jeanne Moorehead
- Lois Nieman
- JoAnn Bartusek
- Judy Pitzenberger
- Ramona Hauan
- Marlene Bartlett
- Barry Terhark
- John Sjolinder
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