Beyond Fencelines: Women in Ranching Confluence 2020
Join us at the first Women in Ranching Confluence
A (virtual) gathering November 13-15, 2020. Purchase a day pass for either day, or a two-day bundle. All options include access to our Friday night happy hour virtual networking reception. Pay what you can pricing ($75 min.) helps support Women in Ranching.
Join us for WLA’s first Women in Ranching Confluence!
A (virtual) gathering November 13-15, 2020
At this critical juncture, the face of rural leadership is changing. Women have always played a vital role in the care and stewardship of our lands, but in our traditional ranching communities, women’s work has historically been hidden work. But today, there are more women inheriting, acquiring, managing, studying, and in other ways stepping up and out as aspiring leaders in agriculture. WinR is expanding its reach with a core belief that investing in women means investing in strong rural communities, improved land stewardship and increased collaborative and creative approaches in the West.
Join us on this incredible journey, inspiring and supporting, connecting and growing an intricate network of resilient social capital.
1-day and full confluence passes available. Ticket price minimums are $75/day to help us cover costs. We encourage those who can to contribute more.
All tickets include Friday night “Happy Hour” virtual reception and networking event (we promise it’ll be fun!).
SPECIAL TICKET PACKAGE NOW AVAILABLE:
Save $75 when you register for REGENERATE 2020, the excellent annual conference of our friends at Quivira Coalition, Holistic Management International, and American Grassfed Association and Beyond Fencelines together. For more information about REGENERATE 2020, visit regenerateconference.com. Combination ticket is available for a limited time only: book yours today!
Booked a ticket already and want to upgrade to combo registration? Contact Louis.
VOLUME 1 NOW AVAILABLE
On Land - The Voice of Stewardship in the American West
Wise stewardship of our lands and natural resources is the fundamental challenge of our time. If we are to recover the American West to health and abundance, we need a new story about our relationship to land, rooted in an ethic of stewardship. On Land brings forth that story clearly and beautifully, in the voices of the people who are living it, at the leading edge of a future that puts people and nature together again for the benefit of both.