The Women For The Land Conservation Learning Circle is an American Farmland Trust program designed for women landowners like you, who own or make management decisions on MidAtlantic farm or forest land. During the Learning Circle, women landowners will be guided through conservation agency resources that are available to them as farm or forest landowners and managers.
JUNE 14 VA LEARNING CIRCLE IN SPOTSYLVANIA, ORANGE, CULPEPPER AND LOUISA IS RESCHEDULED
1) SPOTSYLVANIA, ORANGE, CULPEPER, AND LOUISA COUNTIES, VIRGINIA - RESCHEDULED
FRIDAY JUNE 14, 2019 IS NOT HAPPENING; IT WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR OCTOBER 2019
Brackett's Farm1790 Nolting RoadGordonsville, VA
8:45 am - 5:15 pm
THIS LEARNING CIRCLE IS ONE SESSION
CONSERVATION PLANNING, YOU AND YOUR FARM/FORESTMeet and network with fellow women landowners from your areaConservation Resource Planning with Agency StaffIntroductions to a Comprehensive List of Agencies that are important for landownersConservation Easements and Succession PlanningLunch Provided
To attend any of our Learning Circles, please complete the questions on the next page. An American Farmland Trust representative will contact you to let you know if the Learning Circle has space available. There is a $5 per session fee to cover meals which is collected at the session.
2) SOUTHEASTERN COUNTIES OF LANCASTER, BERKS AND CHESTER IN PENNSYLVANIA: FALL 2019
Locations and dates are being determined. Please register below to receive further information.
3) SOUTHCENTRAL COUNTIES IN PENNSYLVANIA: LATE WINTER TO EARLY SPRING 2020