Texas Wildlife Association’s Women of the Land 2017
Women of the Land is a training program that focuses on supporting a land ethic by nurturing land stewards through a wide range of wildlife, habitat, and land management curricula. The program provides a unique and friendly environment for women to learn hands-on and ask questions of the state’s top natural resource professionals while networking with women of similar interests.
Our goal is to empower women to make informed decisions for the land and its resources today, tomorrow, and for future generations. We will create a legacy of natural resource literacy by educating each other, our peers, our children, and policy makers of the importance of good land stewardship.
Who Should Attend:
Women who are landowners, land managers, conservationists, educators, hunters, and wildlife enthusiasts.
When: November 10-12, 2017
Ladies will arrive Friday afternoon/evening and will depart Sunday at noon.
Program starts around 6:00pm on Friday
Where: Texas Tech University in Junction, TX
254 Red Raider Ln, Junction, TX 76849 (Click here for a map)
Five (5) meals
Women of the Land t-shirt
Lodging – TTU offers lodge style sleeping with multiple people per room. (Accommodations can be made if needed)
Activities and Topics:
Habitat Evaluation and Manipulation
Pollinators and More!
Deadline: October 26, 2017 (No refunds after this date)
Space is limited to 40 attendees so register early!
$100 for current TWA members
$150 for non-TWA members (Price includes a one-year TWA Associate membership)
For more information contact Clint Faas at email@example.com or 1-800-839-9453
(Content and photos from TWA website)