WHO WE ARE
Women on a conservation journey.
We're women landowners and conservation professionals who share a passion for taking good care of soil, water, and wildlife. We are farmers, biologists, researchers, gardeners, prairie enthusiasts, hunters, fishers, retirees and young women with dreams of land ownership. Some of us have already adopted soil health practices and serve as mentors. Others desire to learn. By sharing stories, knowledge and experience, we're working together for a brighter future.
WHAT WE DO
WiWiC hosts a variety of field days and events, connects women via Listserv, publishes a state-wide and regional newsletters, facilitates the WiWiC Conservation Educator Network and much more -- all to empower, educate, and inspire women for the sake of the land and the wellness created through stewardship. We are building Regional Networks in the colored areas of the map, but any woman can travel to join these groups or participate in virtual events. See the Team page to connect with a Region. We are here to nurture our land and ourselves. Join us!
“Those who contemplate the beauty of the earth
find reserves of strength that will endure
as long as life lasts.”