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Plant ID Walk – FREE Community Workshop!

July 9, 2019 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT

Improve your plant identification skills at this FREE community event! Learn how to use these skills to improve range management through discussion on grazing utilization and plant nutrition.

Featuring: Rachel Mealor – UW Extension Educator and Range Specialist.

Workshop is FREE.

Please RSVP via email or by phone: (307) 696-4461

Start time is 8 a.m.

Meet at NRCS Field Office (Gillette, WY) — 601 4-J Ct – Suite C, Gillette WY 82716


July 9, 2019
8:00 am - 12:00 pm MDT
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NRCS Field Office (Gillette, WY)
601 4J Court, Suite C
Gillette, WY 82716 United States
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