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Wildlife Habitat Tours & Cheatgrass Control Workshop

July 19, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm MDT

Tour a ranch in Morgan County to learn about cheatgrass control and sandsage habitat management for nesting and brood rearing wildlife. Speakers include the Bayer Stewardship Representative, NRCS’s Area Biologist, Colorado State University Weed Management Specialists and a private lands wildlife biologist from Bird Conservancy of the Rockies.

Friday, July 19, 2019 • 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Meet at the Country SteakoutCountry SteakoutCounCountry Kelse in Fort Morgan.
19592 E 8th Ave, Fort Morgan, CO 80701

RSVP to Kelsea Holloway (Bird Conservancy Private Lands Wildlife Biologist) via e-mail or by phone: (970) 534-2296

Agenda:
8:30 – Kickoff with coffee & cinnamon rolls at Country Steakout
9:00 – Welcome and Introductions
9:15 – Sandsage Ecology
9:40 – Bijou Ranch Test Plots
11:00 – Back to Country Steakout
11:15 – Esplanade Presentation
12:00 – Lunch

Buffet lunch provided by Bird Conservancy of the Rockies, Morgan Conservation District, Centennial Conservation District and Bayer.

Details

Date:
July 19, 2019
Time:
9:00 am - 2:00 pm MDT
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Organizer

Kelsea Holloway
Phone:
(970) 534-2296
Email:
kelsea.holloway@co.usda.gov
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Venue

Country Steakout Restaurant (Fort Morgan, CO)
19592 E 8th Ave
Fort Morgan, CO 80701 United States
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Phone:
(970) 867-7887
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