2018 Winter Grazing Seminar

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We welcome you to register for the 2018 Winter Grazing Seminar.   It will be hosted by Lewis & Clark Conservation District February 6 & 7, 2018 at the Radisson/Colonial Hotel in Helena Montana.  We have an exciting agenda planned with the following topics:

  • Upland rangeland conifer encroachment-Tim Deboodt PhD, Associate Professor Oregon State University, Crook County Extension Agent
  • Riparian area conifer encroachment-Clayton B. Marlow PhD, Animal and Range Sciences Department, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT
  • Grazing management to improve grass health and vigor and riparian areas- Rick Caquelin, Rangeland Management Specialist, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Great Falls Area
  • Grazing management on Rangeland post-fire -Dr. Jeffrey C. Mosley, Professor, Extension Range Management Specialist, Department of Animal & Range Sciences Montana State University
  • Ranch Succession Planning-Marsha A. Goetting, Ph.D., CFP®, CFCS, Extension Family Economics Specialist, Montana State University
  • Mineral Supplementation and the economic bottom line-Dr. Megan Van Emon, Assistant Professor, Extension Beef Cattle Specialist, Department of Animal & Range Sciences, Montana State University
  • Youth Education and Public Outreach—Does the public care about rangeland?-Gretchen Hyde, Executive Director, Idaho Rangeland Resource Commission
  • Young people and Agriculture—Verna Billedeaux, Blackfeet Reservation Extension Agent / Federally Recognized Tribal Extension Program, Montana State University Extension Service