Introducing the Queen Bee Sessions: A podcast about Wisconsin Women in Conservation
Updated: Apr 28
Wisconsin Women in Conservation is delighted to close out Women's History Month 2022 with the launch of our new podcast: the Queen Bee Sessions. The sessions feature Wisconsin women farmers, landowners and conservationists who are making strides to protect soil, water, and wildlife in our fair state. The sessions are hosted by WiWiC Communications Lead Kriss Marion, who practices managed grazing with sheep and hosts a farm stay at Circle M Market Farm in SW Wisconsin.
We kick off the series with conservation rock star August Ball, founder and CEO of Cream City Conservation and Consulting in Milwaukee, Wisconsin's first black-owned certified B-Corp business.
Cream City Conservation is a two-pronged social enterprise First, Cream City Conservation & Consulting works with environmental and community service organizations to address internal cultures and practices that contribute to workforce homogeneity. Second, Cream City Conservation Corps program trains and employs young adults 15-25 whose social identities are traditionally underrepresented in the environmental industry. The Corps program is supported by community partnerships and profits from the Consulting firm.
Listen in and follow along on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and Amazon.