WFAN Has Wildlife Advice For Women Landowners

A new booklet is available to women landowners in Iowa to help them manage the wildlife on their property. Of course, the information within is useful to all Iowa landowners, but the brochure was based on questions and feedback from women who have participated in Women, Food and Agriculture Network (WFAN) events in the past.

“We know from our work that most women respond to different images and messages in conservation outreach than men,” said Leigh Adcock, executive director of WFAN. “We believe more women will become active conservation partners when we meet their needs with meetings and outreach materials designed specifically for them.”

Click Here to download Wildlife on Your Land, or learn more at http://www.wfan.org/ and http://www.wfan.org/

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