The Forest Stewards Guild partners with other local agencies and organizations to bring women of the Northeast relevant woodland owner programming
Quabbin to Cardigan – New England
Two innovative educators describe their experience with using TELE as the basis for their 400 level Human Dimensions of Forestry and Natural Resources course.
WNPR Connecticut reports on a new resource available to landowners looking to conserve their land
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Taconic Ridge Partnership – New England
Hear how a Massachussettes partnership engages women in estate planning and a discussion of evaluation tools.
Campaign to motivate landowners to call a toll-free number to get information before harvesting their trees.
A shareable pdf to leave with organizational leaders and staff highlighting why to support women-focused landowner programming
Providing landowners in Vermont with the knowledge, tools, and resources that will allow them to better manage their land for wildlife.
Delaware Highland Conservancy's Women and Their Woods program empowers women landowners to make confident decisions on their land
OSU's WOWnet provides a space for women to explore their land management goals and gain new skills
Different types of landowners need different kinds of information to adopt prescribed burning
Learn how this South Carolina partnership connected with their target audience.
In May 2018, the SFFI team facilitated a workshop to support the Great Plains Initiative, which is bringing together partners from ND, SD, NE, and KS to establish well-functioning windbreaks.
Learn what works in the letter the Kansas Forest Service used to appeal to farmers to plant or restore windbreaks.
Hear facilitation insights and evaluation results from the oragnizers of Woodland Stewardship for Women workshops.
Two women's landowner program leaders explain the keys to their successes: passion, sensitivity to local needs, and embracing collaborative participant-driven learning
Guidelines for creating outreach materials for a campaign to motivate landowners to call for information before harvesting their trees.