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Oct 7 to Oct 9
Prairie Moon Winery
This event will not be recorded.
Prairie Moon Winery
Ames Iowa

This fall, the Women Food and Agriculture Network will host their first in-person conference
since 2019, in Ames, Iowa from October 7th to October 9th. This year’s theme, Nourishing our
Roots, Gathering our Community, centers on the importance of nourishing community
connections, old and new, and building collective power through connection, rest, and retreat.
Join the Xerces Society's Sarah Nizzi this year at WFAN’s conference,October 7th-9th, and connect with other farmers, food workers, artists and more through:
- Facilitated movement and mental health trainings
- Field visits to area farms
- Space for conversations focused on community care, land access, advocacy, and more!

Learn more and register here today!

Sarah Nizzi - Farm Bill Pollinator Conservation Planner - The Xerces Society
Sarah Nizzi is originally from central Iowa and is a graduate from Drake University with a bachelor's of science in environmental science. Her experience includes natural resource management in the private and public sector, native seed propagation, and private land management throughout the state of Iowa. Currently, Sarah covers all of Iowa, providing technical and financial assistance to farmers and landowners interested in pollinator conservation, as well as training NRCS and partner staff on pollinators and pollinator habitat. In her free time she enjoys recreating outdoors and volunteering for a number of NGO conservation groups.