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Tama Co. Women, Land and Legacy Event: Land and Lease Lingo

March 11, 2014
Toledo Chronicle, Tama News-Herald

Tama County Women, Land, and Legacy will soon host its 21st event, Land & Lease Lingo: Farm Leases, Rental Rates and Landowner Rights. It will be held on Wednesday, March 26, at the Vision Iowa Room of the Toledo Public Library, 206 E. High St. in Toledo. The library is two blocks east of the courthouse on High Street, immediately east of the Wieting Theater. Registration and dessert will begin at 6:30 p.m. with the meeting following, 7-9 p.m.

An evening on farm leases, rental rates, and landowner rights will be presented by Rachelle Johnson, an attorney with Johnson Law Firm, PC in Montezuma, Iowa. Rachelle's areas of expertise include probate law, estate and trust planning, business law, and real estate law and development.

This meeting is free and open to the public. Both men and women are welcome to attend. An RSVP is encouraged.

Please call Melody Bro at 641-484-2702, extension 120 by Tuesday, March 25.

Several local agencies work together to bring Women, Land and Legacy to Tama County- Natural Resources Conservation Service, Farm Service Agency, Tama County Extension Service, Iowa Valley Resource Conservation & Development, and the Tama Soil & Water Conservation District. Special thanks to the ladies who serve on the Women, Land, and Legacy Core Committee: Rebecca Dostal, Julia Babinat, Margaret Babinat, Glenda Devick, Pat Oettchen, Georgette Edel, Jan Wobeter, Lou Ellen Brown, and Jennifer Vazquez.

In recent years, women's roles in Iowa agriculture have changed dramatically. It has become more and more evident there is a need to reach out to women at the local level and to help them make connections they may find helpful as landowners, farmers, and other important role-players in our states largest industry.

In response to this increasing need, the USDA State Outreach Council has designed the grassroots program Women, Land & Legacy. It is currently active in numerous Iowa counties and brings together Iowan women interested in agriculture, local food and natural resources to converse, listen and become empowered for involvement on their landscape and in their communities.

Persons with disabilities who require accommodations to attend or participate in this event should contact Melody Bro at the Tama Soil & Water Conservation District at 641-484-2702, extension 120; email melody.bro@ia.nacdnet.net; or contact the TDD# or Federal Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339. USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider. USDA and Extension programs are available to all without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, or disability.

 
 

 

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