INCREASE your wildlife population in 5 days by prioritizing the RIGHT management decisions!


An online course for women forest landowners in the Southeast.

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You've been trying to manage for everything... for ALL the different wildlife species in your area: the birds, the deer, the turtles, the ducks, the snakes (okay... maybe not that last one...)

You've added in the stereotypical circle food plot to encourage more deer; are wondering if the herbicide work you did at site prep is having a significant impact on the diversity of animals you're seeing...

And when asked what your objectives are you're answering "timber and wildlife" but have never really considered narrowing down to one wildlife species because you care about all the animals!

But I'm here to tell you if you DON'T narrow down your focus more specifically, you're likely missing the mark on your wildlife habitat goals... leaving you questioning your management decisions.

I won’t be able to tell you which wildlife species is the best to manage for…

I can’t tell you right now if you’re current management decisions are providing adequate wildlife habitat. 

What I can do is guarantee you’ll be able to find the RIGHT resources for you, ask the RIGHT questions and see all the opportunities your land has for you and your family. To make your decision confidently.

Introducing...

A 5 DAY video course designed to introduce you to a new species management each day!

  • Short, digestible videos 
  • LIVE lunch-hour Q&A with the expert biologists
  • Exclusive member portal to access video courses and materials
  • All-in-one online hub for your wildlife specific resources
  • Focused on the most commonly managed for species: gopher tortoise, white-tailed deer, forest birds, waterfowl and bobwhite quail. 

WOW is a BRAND NEW course built and designed based off the feedback from past Land & Ladies program member attendees!

So by this point I know you’re asking yourself, what’s included? 

Each day a new video course folder will open focused on one wildlife species! And over the 5 days we have the opportunity to meet live over Zoom with the biologist expert from that day's course! 

The Live sessions will provide you a lunch-hour Q&A special to ask YOUR specific situational questions to the experts directly!


You’ll learn about…

Gopher Tortoise: The keystone species of the South

  • Why this species is so important to manage for.
  • The truth about what logging does to the habitat.
  • Starting your own population on your land.
  • How to identify a tortoise burrow vs an armadillo hole.
  • And more...

White-tailed Deer: The most commonly managed Southeastern species

  • Historical management impacts of deer.
  • Management and acreage requirements for adequate habitat enhancement.
  • How to identify overcrowding population on your land.
  • Different food plot techniques for hunting versus species enjoyment.
  • And more...

Forest Birds: The forest indicator species

  • Why managing for birds is so rewarding.
  • Responsibility species identification.
  • Active and passive management strategies.
  • How to maximize species diversity on your land.
  • And more...

Waterfowl: The migratory species

  • Habitat types needed for waterfowl.
  • Expectations to manage for migratory waterfowl species.
  • Simple management practices to implement.
  • Roosting and feeding habitat differences.
  • And more...

Bobwhite Quail: The fire bird of the Southeast.

  • Three types of quail habitat.
  • Cost share and funding opportunities.
  • Extra benefits of maintaining edge effects for quail.
  • Determining adequate escape cover on site.
  • And more...

Okay - How much is the Enrollment?

Not specifically managing for a specific wildlife species will leave your forestland with adequate habitat and forage for a variety of different species but never reach its potential or YOUR vision you have in your minds eye.

Whether you own 100,000 acres of forestland or 15 acres, then chances are, you can already see that a managed forest DOES provide wildlife benefits... but even how wildlife can respond to different management practices.

 Yes, you can watch university webinars and other organization websites, in fact I encourage you to! You can enroll into other one-day workshops which are taught by university professors and experts (I love those experts- I really do, they’re great resources, and again I encourage you to take part!) BUT free only gets you so far. And those other workshops will only be helpful if you show up to ask the right questions and know HOW to apply that information to YOUR situation…. 

Isn’t it time mix things up?

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Enrollment ends Monday, MAY 09! 

Women & Wildlife

$329

 

  • Short, digestible videos to enjoy in one sitting
  • Daily lunch-hour LIVE Q&A with experts over the 5 days
  • Exclusive member portal to access video course + other materials
  • Worksheets with action items
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I believe in Women & Wildlife, and the impact it will have FOR YOU, that I’m offering a 30 Day, No Questions Asked GUARANTEE!! 

I understand you don't have all day to sit at the computer and may need to fit the course around your job and family commitments…. Which is why if there’s even a slight chance you think this will work for you, you should enroll today! Review the material, watch the course at your pace and see if this series is a right fit for you… and within the 30 days it hasn’t provided any benefit to you, your land management decisions and plans, just reach out to customer support at [email protected] and you’ll receive 100% refund, no questions asked! 

Why would I do this? Because you shouldn’t have to pay for something that doesn’t provide value! And I’m convinced you'll love the new approach we're taking to your wildlife management knowledge to feel more fulfilled in your decision making, we're putting our money where out mouth is!

BUT WAIT!

When you invest in the WOW course program, you'll not only receive the 5 species video course content, you'll ALSO receive our prescribed fire video course (created from Academy 2.0 and the Ladies & Longleaf Clinics), and our general wildlife management enhancements short-course (created from Academy 2.0 webinar).

So Let’s RECAP...

When you join The Women & Wildlife course, you'll receive access to the online course portal (May 9th) – releasing NEW material EACH DAY... transforming you from unfocused and uncertain to a confidently intentional landowner!
(Value $946!)

  • 5 Lunch hour LIVE Q&A with the biologists (valued $500)
  • Downloadable worksheets with action questions, complimenting video materials ($97)
  • TWO BONUS video courses ($349)
  • LIFETIME Access to all materials + future resources available (NO MORE STRESSING TO FINISH BY THE DEADLINE!)

If you are already working with your county/region biologist... receiving site specific recommendations, you don't need this training you need to be celebrating the action you're taking!

But, if you currently don’t have confidence in the resources you’re working with (or even confident how to find the right resources), or ready to be more thorough in your management decisions, then your options are simple: You can choose to do to keep the status quo... and then of course nothing further improves. OR you can choose to be PROACTIVE and change your approach. You can choose to do things the same as they’ve been and hope that it will magically become more diverse and better quality for whatever wildlife species you may or may not have decided to focus on. OR you get committed to doing something about it! If you choose the latter, then now is your time to get signed up and get started! This course won't be open year-round, and likely won't be accessible again after this launch. Don’t wait! You CAN make your land the wildlife sanctuary you envision! 

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Below is a list of the most commonly asked questions!

If you don’t see your question, feel free to reach out to customer support at: [email protected]

Disclaimer: 

Anyone is welcome to join and participate in The Women & Wildlife. Topics and information will focus on information specific to landowners and forest/land management techniques in the Southeastern US, however anyone is welcome to participate. We do not discriminate based on race, gender or sexual orientation.