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(SOLD OUT) Women in Conservation: Farms and Forests
March 27, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pmFREE
**This event is now sold out. Please join us for an upcoming Wild Rivers Conservancy Outside event!**
In honor of Women’s History Month, the Wild Rivers Conservancy will host three family-friendly events throughout the month of March to highlight the contributions of women in the field of conservation. From historical figures like wildlife biologist Frances Hamerstrom to present-day staff members at Wild Rivers Conservancy and other organizations, these events will feature the inspiring stories of the women in our watershed and the work they do to conserve its beauty and resources for future generations.
Join Nikki Henger, Wild Rivers Conservancy’s Forestry Program Coordinator, and Jacquelyn Zita from the Women’s Environmental Institute (WEI) on a guided tour of Wild River State Park.
As an environmental research, renewal, and retreat center located next to the park, WEI’s mission is to bring together agricultural, food, and environmental justice, one community at a time. Participants will learn about environmental justice from Jacquelyn and how you can potentially get involved on the WEI farm, and Nikki will discuss her work with Wild Rivers Conservancy’s My St. Croix Woods program, the path of her career, and advice on navigating the field of conservation.
This family-friendly event is open to all, but may be especially inspiring for young people with a passion for nature! The hike will primarily be outdoors. We will be following State of Minnesota and CDC guidelines for COVID-19 safety. Please bring a facemask and be prepared to follow social distancing protocols.
When: Saturday, March 27 from 1:00-3:00 PM
Where: Wild River State Park and WEI
If this event is canceled due to inclement weather, we will post a notification on Wild Rivers Conservancy’s Facebook page and contact registered participants.
For the protection of all participants, facemasks are required. If you are feeling sick or experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, we ask that you stay home and refrain from participating.
We are monitoring Wisconsin and Minnesota’s current COVID-19 guidelines for public outdoor events and venues. We will communicate any changes to this event here, on our website, social media, and via email to those who have already registered. Please stay tuned, and thank you for your understanding.