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Small-acreage owners can learn more about pasture management, irrigation and manure management at the 2011 Small Acreage Extreme Makeover Workshop. The Workshop will be held Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Northern Water Facility in Berthoud.
Lunch will be provided and an optional tour of the Northern Water Conservation Garden is available over lunch to interested attendees. Door prizes include $500 in weed spraying, free pasture seeding, seedling trees for a wind break, and gift certificates from local merchants.
The cost for the workshop is $15 per person, which includes lunch and snacks/drinks during the breaks. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. and sessions run until 4 p.m. Online registration and printable flyers for the program are available at www.nococd.org.
The workshop is sponsored by five Northern Colorado Conservation Districts, Colorado State University Extension and the Natural Resources Conservation Service.
Call Lisa at 970-443-1110 for more information.
Do you have a synopsis of the Pasture Management workshop that was presented on the 17th if September? Are there any other programs planned for the winter months?
Unfortunately we didn’t cover that workshop. We’ve not heard of any subsequent workshops. We’ll sure pass it along if we do.