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The Minnesota Women's Woodland Network recently hosted a over-night event at Camp Vermilion near Cook, MN. Women enjoyed a field tour of the property which was once a Boys Camp and is now owned by American Lutheran Church. Various forestry projects have been doing throughout the years; after natural disasters and with the help of cost share resources.
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Friday afternoon, April 20, significantly the weekend of Earth Day 2012, twelve women landowners from Pennsylvania and New York gathered in the home of Nancy Baker for the Women and Their Woods spring workshop.  The Women and Their Woods program brings women landowners together to provide them with valuable education and educational resources and to cultivate long range support groups who are able to properly steward their lands and seek help in caring for their lands should they need it.
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A workshop designed by women and for women – that was the inaugural launch of Women and Their Woods on April 27-29, 2013 held at Riverledge Farm in Grafton.
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There are many organizational resources for forest landowners in the Inland Pacific Northwest, and I'd like to bring three to your attention here: Idaho Forest Owners Association; Inland Northwest Land Trust; and University of Idaho Extension.
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On March 9 & 10, 2012, hundreds of woodland owners gathered for the Minnesota Family Woodlands: A Landowner Conference.
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On a colorful fall weekend in October 2011, twenty-one women landowners headed out to Camp Susque in Trout Run, PA for the inaugural Women and Their Woods Educational Retreat.
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Join us for three fantastic days at the HJ Andrews Long Term Experimental Forest, along the Mckenzie River.
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Ever wanted to hunt javelina, but didn't know where to start? This workshop and hunt for women hunters will take place Feb 15-17, 2013 near Tucson. Pre-registration is required.

http://www.coueswhitetail.com/2012/01/2013-womens-javelina-hunt/
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There are a lot of resources on the web for woodland owners to get answers to their questions.  This can cause some to become overwhelmed by the volume of responses they get when doing a search on a particular topic.  That is why we designed Woodlandinfo.org; to be a portal for information for landowners, especially those living in Wisconsin.  The site is a gateway to information on an array of topics, events, and publications.  Woodland owners can find out why their woodland is important, and hear from landowne
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We hope you enjoy this month’s articles about a number of Non-Timber Forest Products. Everyone defines NTFPs a little differently – some narrowly, some broadly – and each of our writers brings you her own perspective. We aren’t able to cover every product the forest produces, but please follow our links and network with your peers to teach and learn more.
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The non-timber forest products you have on your property and their potential value varies greatly across the country. What doesn’t, is that most NTFP marketing opportunities are very specific and can be hard to get into. The Oregon Woodland Coop (OWC) model is working to help landowners team up for NTFPs.