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Land Conservation Workshop

February 28, 2019 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm UTC+0

February 28, 2019 • 10-2 p.m

Grand Electric Social Room – 801 Colman Ave, Bison, SD

Presentations include

Grazing Synergy & Regenerative Agriculture: Crop, Grazing, Microbial Soil Health, & GHG Emission

Doug Landblom, North Dakota State University-Dickinson Research Extension Center

Managing and Utilizing Cool Season Grasses in South Dakota

Mitch Faulkner, NRCS Rangeland Management Specialist

Birds as Rangeland Health Indicators

Jennifer Lutze, Bird Conservancy of the Rockies

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Cost: Event is free. Lunch is provided.

Please RSVP by February 21 by emailing Jenn Lutze by calling (605) 347-4952

Persons requiring special accommodations or materials in an alternate format or language please contact Jenn Lutze at (605) 347-4952 one week prior to the event.

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February 28, 2019
10:00 am - 2:00 pm UTC+0
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Jennifer Lutze
(605) 347-4952


Grand Electric Co-Op Inc
801 Coleman Ave.
Bison, SD 57620 United States
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(605) 244-5211

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