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  • Mother’s Egg Scholarship Application Form – WFAN
    In the Media Contact Us Programs Harvesting Our Potential Women Landowner Outreach Women Caring for the Land Women Land Legacy Plate to Politics Resources WFAN Publications WFAN Video Library Start a Local Network Mother s Egg Scholarship Fund Calendar Conferences 2016 Annual Conference WFAN Annual Conferences WISA National Conferences News Mother s Egg Scholarship Application Form Fill out my online form Fill out my Wufoo form Copyright 2016 WFAN View

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  • 2016 Conference Sponsors – WFAN
    Us Programs Harvesting Our Potential Women Landowner Outreach Women Caring for the Land Women Land Legacy Plate to Politics Resources WFAN Publications WFAN Video Library Start a Local Network Mother s Egg Scholarship Fund Calendar Conferences 2016 Annual Conference WFAN Annual Conferences WISA National Conferences News 2016 Conference Sponsors 5 000 and up 2 500 4 999 1 000 2 499 500 999 150 499 Back to 2016 Conference home

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  • 2016 WFAN Annual Conference Scholarships – WFAN
    as professional development travel funds so they are available to attendees from those states only These professional development scholarships are available to agriculture educators and leaders including Extension staff community ag leaders sustainable agriculture non profit group board members NRCS and FSA staff high school ag instructors etc Scholarships will be awarded on a first come rolling basis to qualified applicants until they are filled Funds are paid after the

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  • 2015 Sponsors – WFAN
    the Media Contact Us Programs Harvesting Our Potential Women Landowner Outreach Women Caring for the Land Women Land Legacy Plate to Politics Resources WFAN Publications WFAN Video Library Start a Local Network Mother s Egg Scholarship Fund Calendar Conferences 2016 Annual Conference WFAN Annual Conferences WISA National Conferences News 2015 Sponsors 5 000 and up 2 500 4 999 1 000 2 499 500 999 150 499 Copyright 2016 WFAN

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  • 2015 Conference Agenda – WFAN
    and are looking for the tools to be effective We will learn from women who have advocated created coalitions and run for office Participants can expect to walk away with new tools and inspiration to help you on your leadership path This is an opportunity to learn from Liz Johnson of Vote Run Lead and other panelists about how to define our goals and expertise gain visibility map our next steps and find our way to positions of influence and power Panelists will include Maggie Tinsman of 50 50 by 2020 and Mo Vue of the Hmong American Farmers Association 2 Pollinator habitat panel Bettendorf Room This intensive will feature information about native pollinators and pollinator habitat in addition to honey bees and planting for them Women with various areas of expertise in pollinator management will present information and answer questions during the afternoon Expect to be inspired to look more closely at what you see in plantings of all types that hums crawls and buzzes Moderated by Dr Jean Eells of E Resources Group panelists will include Sarah Foltz Jordan pollinator conservation specialist The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation Midwest Regional Office Dr Mary Harris adjunct assistant professor of entomology at Iowa State University researching pollinator diversity and habitat quality in agricultural landscapes Sara Leon Guerrero research assistant Urban Bee Lab University of California Berkeley and Ellen Starr area biologist USDA NRCS northern IL region 3 Aspiring and beginning farmers session gather in lobby to load bus for Milan Library includes tour of Beacon Woods Farm and Flowers Milan IL If you are a beginning or aspiring woman farmer this intensive is for you This is a peer sharing space with women farmers facilitating a free exchange of goals challenges resources and ideas You ll be in a safe space to share honestly about your farming journey Come prepared to describe your farming story why you love to farm or dream of farming and what you need to move forward on your journey Includes a farm tour of Beacon Woods Farm Milan IL with beginning farmer Chris Nordick Come away with new connections resource materials to use at home and three reminders mantras strategies to remember when things are good and when things are tough 5 p m BREAK 5 30 p m Dining options 1 Tasting event at QC Food Hub kitchen variety of heavy hors d oeuvres showcasing locally grown foods prepared by local chef Nicolette Petty local wines and beers 30 space is limited Menu will include both vegetarian and meat options as well as some gluten free items but best value goes to omnivores for this event Click here for a menu 2 Dine on your own at the hotel restaurant Cafe One Eleven or other area restaurants 7 30 p m Performance of Map of My Kingdom community discussion Moline East Moline Scott Co Free and open to the public Enter through Moline Room doorway SATURDAY Registration opens 7 a m in Atrium Coffee

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    Landowner Outreach Women Caring for the Land Women Land Legacy Plate to Politics Resources WFAN Publications WFAN Video Library Start a Local Network Mother s Egg Scholarship Fund Calendar Conferences 2016 Annual Conference WFAN Annual Conferences WISA National Conferences News

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  • Lodging for the 2015 Annual Conference – WFAN
    111 East Second St on the river in downtown Davenport IA A block of rooms is being held at a special conference rate of 99 for a double for up to four people King rooms are also available at the same rate Call the hotel directly at 563 322 2200 and mention WFAN to receive this rate The discount ends Oct 7 Book early to make sure you get a

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  • 2015 Annual Conference – WFAN
    about healthy food and farming at the Radisson Quad City Plaza in Davenport IA Friday and Saturday Nov 6 and 7 2015 Click the Conference Resources link above to see handouts and presentations from the conference sessions Our conference theme was Women Protecting Pollinators Protecting Food Our keynote speaker was Dr Robin Kimmerer a distinguished teaching professor of environmental and forest biology at the State University of New York She is also founding director of the Center for Native Peoples and the Environment and author of the popular books Braiding Sweetgrass and Gathering Moss She talked about living in reciprocity with the land Click here to see her PowerPoint presentation Other sessions focused on creating and protecting habitat for native pollinators as well as building robust local food systems in our communities and supporting women farmers and landowners Field tours visited the nearby Quad Cities Food Hub Quad City Food Forest and Edible Landscape projects and women owned farms in Illinois and Iowa Workshops featured in depth information on pollinator habitat creation farmland access pesticide drift beginning farmer resources eco feminist activism and more Other highlights included the popular Friday evening farm to table tasting event and a performance of

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