[THIS THURS EVE] Wildlife Enhancement & Horses!
- Wildlife Enhancement & Horses!
This Thursday evening, August 4th, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm join Horses for
Clean Water & the King Conservation District in North Bend, WA for a FREE
educational tour of wildlife enhancement techniques compatible with horses
and horse property.
Take a first-hand look at a small farm with:
Ø Habitat for the North Bend an elk herd as many as 50 elk some
Ø Wildlife friendly fencing
Ø Safe ways to discourage undesirable wildlife
Ø Trees protected from elk damage
Ø Habitat for smaller wildlife including fox, coyote, many birds, and
Ø Natural fly control with swallows
Ø Landscaping with native plants
Ø Mudless horse paddocks
Ø Composting bins for manure management
Ø A commitment to being chemical-free & organic
HORSE LOGGING: The owners of this property are doing a Forest Stewardship
Plan and have hired a horse logger to do some selective logging. The horse
logging operation is in currently progress and you will be able to visit
with the horse logger and meet his crew of Belgium horses. In addition,
this event will discuss how forest management can be beneficial for
wildlife. Talk with a King County forester providing assistance to the
DATE & LOCATION:
Thursday evening, August 4th from 6:30 to 8:30 pm in North Bend, WA
REGISTRATION & MAP:
Contact the King Conservation District at 425-277-5581, ext. 125 or
COST: FREE! You dont have to own horses or have a farm attend everyone is
The King Conservation District, a non-regulatory agency that provides free
education and technical assistance to landowners on conservation topics.
For question on Horses for Clean Water see www.horsesforcleanwater.com or
Alayne Renee Blickle
Horses for Clean Water
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