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QUEEN BEE SESSIONS PODCAST

 

SESSION FOUR 6-15-22: HARRIET BEHAR

WiWiC Conservation Coach Harriet Behar is a true Queen Bee. She's grown organically on her Gays Mills farm since the 1980s, and has gotten to know hundreds of Wisconsin farms and farmers as an organic inspector. Harriet uses this vast experience and knowledge to coach, educate and encourage countless fellow conservation farmers. Learn how her organic journey started in the heart of NYC! Watch the VIDEO HERE or click below to listen. 

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SESSION THREE 5-28-22: MARCI HESS

Session #3 is a conversation with Marci Hess, the author of Driftless Prairies Blog. Whether you are new to prairie stewardship, or a long-time practitioner, you'll find something new or exciting or challenging or encouraging on Marci's blog, and in this conversation. Her best advice to women just starting out in prairie restoration: "Chunk it out." Watch the VIDEO HERE to learn what she means, or listen in on Spotify.

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SESSION TWO 4-27-22: JENNIFER NELSON

Our good friend and founding member of the WiWiC team, Jennifer Nelson, stepped down last month to focus full-time on her organic nursery operation at Humble Pie Farm in Plum City. We're grateful she took the time during her busy greenhouse season to talk with WiWiC Communications Lead Kriss Marion about soil health, mental health and community health. Watch the VIDEO HERE or click below to listen. 

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SESSION ONE 3-17-22: AUGUST BALL

We're delighted to launch our Queen Bee Sessions Podcast in Women's History Month. WiWiC Communications Lead Kriss Marion talks with August Ball of Cream City Conservation and Consulting - also known as C4 - based in Milwaukee with a world-wide reach. Watch the VIDEO HERE, or click below to listen on Spotify. Videopods are archived on our Blog Page as well. 

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