Streams and Wetlands: Living with Livestock near Water. Thursday, February
16th, 6:30-9pm Preston, WA. FREE! 425-277-5581 ext. 120 or
brandy.reed@.... Class size is limited so please call to register or
Take the plunge and protect your property, water quality, as well as fish
and wildlife habitat. Attend this workshop to:
Ø Design a stream or wetland native plant restoration plan.
Ø Calculate the length and cost of a livestock exclusion fence to keep
animals out of sensitive areas.
Ø Select native plants suited to stream and wetland buffers.
Ø Determine plant placement.
Ø Outline a maintenance plan.
Ø Learn about regulations in effect.
Ø Find out about coast-sharing programs available.
Ø Meet free resource technicians available to assist you.
The King Conservation District is offering four free hands-on workshops on
livestock management practices. Learn techniques that will help turn your
farm into a more useable place for you, your animals and the environment.
Less mud, better pastures & good ways to manage manure!
Workshops will be held at the Preston Community Center from 6:30 pm 9:00
pm. Workshops are free! Attend all four or only those that meet your
Ø Streams and Wetlands: Living with Livestock near Water. February 16th
Ø Mud Management: Record Rainfall / Record Mud. February 23rd with
Alayne Blickle as a guest speaker
Ø Manure Management: Got Livestock? Got Manure! March 2nd with Alayne
Blickle as a guest speaker
Ø Pasture Management: Becoming a Grass Farmer. March 9th
Registration is through the King Conservation District at 425-277-5581x 120.
Class size is limited so please call to register or for more information.
Alayne Renee Blickle
Horses for Clean Water
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