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Women Owning Woodlands

Women Owning Woodlands Network (WOWnet)

 

Western Washington Chapter

Woman Owning Woodlands Network (WOWnet) is a network of women who learn, educate, and work together to build female literacy and involvement in forestry, land conservation, and natural resources. WOWnet is a nationwide program that is dynamic, fun, informative, and strives to bring topical, accessible, and current forestry information to woman woodland owners and forest practitioners. We support women in forest leadership, women who manage their own woodlands, and all who facilitate the stewardship of forests. Through educational resources and personal stories we strive to instill a sense of confidence and empowerment in women’s abilities to meet the challenges of forest ownership. For more information on the National Women Owning Woodlands Network visit their website.

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Upcoming Events:

Please contact Kelsey Ketcheson at least 48 hours before each event to R.S.V.P. and get directions.

Defending Young Plants

This event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday, March 23rd, at Leafhopper Farm in Duvall.

How many of us have planted new young species in our forest, only to discover them decimated within a few weeks by eager wildlife looking for food? There are ways to “fight back,” and diverse solutions abound. Let’s look at some defensive strategies to keep wildlife out of young plantings. From wire mesh to mazes of deterrence, we’ll look at what’s working in the field and what has not, ideas to help you keep your young plantings alive and thriving as they establish on the landscape.

2nd Annual Spring Edible Plant Walk

This event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Saturday, April 27th, at Leafhopper Farm in Duvall.

Buds, flowers, and crisp young leaves are out! Let’s take some time to identify different species found in our native forest, and how to ethically and safely harvest these plants for our own larder. We’ll forage and prepare our findings for a wild lunch. This was a very successful workshop last Spring, and we’re at it again, come discover all the delicious offerings of Spring growth in the landscape.