HERitage: A Free Workshop for Women in Land Ownership 10/11/2019

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Join us for an expert panel discussion and casual conversation about the celebrations and concerns of land ownership, from a woman’s point of view.

Research shows that women are deeply committed to ensuring
their land thrives for the long term.

However, when it comes to managing their farmland and their tenants, women landowners often face challenges their male counterparts do not—and that could be affecting both their farms, and their rental income.Tillable is bringing together women in agriculture to learn from each other, so that you’re empowered to make the best decisions about the profitability and sustainability of your land. Also included: a delicious lunch and fun prizes!

Featured panelists:

Emily Bruner, PhD, American Farmland Trust,
Becky Leach O’Donnell, Illinois Landowner
Samantha Knoll, PhD, Group Product Manager, The Climate Corporation

RSVP to reserve your spot at this FREE event!
(833) 845-5225 or tillable.com/urbana

This event is free and designed specifically for landowners who rent their farmland to tenant farmers. You do not need to be a user of Tillable to attend. We’re excited to meet you!

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