Farmland leases, land stewardship and farm transitions are among the topics to be covered in “Women Managing Farmland: Today and Tomorrow” coming to Charles City next week.
ISU Extension and Outreach Farm and Agribusiness Management Specialist Melissa O’Rourke says more women than ever are in control of farmland in Iowa.
O’Rourke says, while women have always played an important role in farming, a variety of factors over the years have changed that role.
O’Rourke says the “Women Managing Farmland” conference is a great networking opportunity from 11 a.m. to 1 :30 p.m. Wednesday, January 12th at the Floyd County Museum. The program is free and includes a light lunch.
Pre-registration is required by Monday, June 10th with the Floyd County Extension Office in Charles City.
Women Managing Farmland: Today and Tomorrow
Wednesday, January 12, 2022
Floyd County Museum 500 Gilbert St.; Charles City 11am-1:30pm (Light Lunch included)
This gathering of women farmland owners will provide networking opportunities and resources to manage farmland, set goals, and plan for the future.
Topics will Include:
⇒ Farmland Leases—Legal Basics
⇒ Land Stewardship—Conservation Strategies
⇒ Farm Transitions—the Future & Family
⇒ Networking with Women Landowners
⇒ Planning & Next Steps
Pre-Registration required by January 10
Floyd County Extension
112 N. Main St.
Charles City, IA 50616
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. For the full non-discrimination statement or accommodation inquiries, go to www.extension.iastate.edu/diversity/ext.