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WiWiC Educator Network Fall Webinar Recording: Nov 16 with Heather Berklund and Erin Schneider



Well, it has been just a minute since our most recent Educator Network Zoom meet-up! But it was a good one, and we're all snowed in across most of Wisconsin, so it's a good day to get the recording and resources out to you. If you attended, thank you for being a part of such a lively discussion. If you missed it, this is your chance to catch up. For everyone - here is the recording AND a bodacious list of resources shared by the amazing sister duo of Heather Berklund, Wisconsin's first and current Chief State Forester, and Erin Schneider, artist/educator/farmer at Hilltop Community Farm. These bi-annual webinars are always interactive and always incredible. Stay tuned for our Spring Meet-Up on April 4 and join us for our upcoming Winter Wellness Camp webinar series!




WI DNR Forestry Landowner Assistance Locator: Professional Forestry Assistance | | Wisconsin DNR

Forestry and the WI Economy (can search by individual counties): Forestry and the Wisconsin Economy | | Wisconsin DNR

Into the Outdoors Video: Heroes of the Forest (careers in forestry): https://intotheoutdoors.org/segments/heroes-of-the-forest/

UW Extension Natural Resources Educators, Forestry Division of Extension: UW-Madison Extension Forestry (woodlandinfo.org)

MyWisconsinWoods (free landowner walkthroughs): Home - My Wisconsin Woods

Women of WI Woodland owners Association (WWOA); Women of WWOA (wisconsinwoodlands.org)

Native Plants for Cut Flowers - Developed in support with Marian Farrior, UW Madison Arboretum

The National Agroforestry Center has some good publications/info sheets on windbreaks, riparian buffers etc...that provide a more general background.

North Central SARE Program - I think the Farmer Rancher Grant, Partnership Grant and/or Prof. Development Grant programs may resonate for your network.



Thank you for being a part of our Educator Network, and thank you, Heather and Erin! Did you know we have a women-only WiWiC Listserv that is a great place to share more resources like these? And ask questions? To join, just email info@wiwic.org and put Subscribe in the subject line.




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