Streams & Wetlands Wkshp for Horse Properties & Small Farms, Woodinville, WA
- WOODINVILLE, WA
Woodinville Water District.
Thursday evening, February 17, 6:30-9pm
Streams and Wetlands: Living with Livestock near Water.
FREE! Includes light refreshments
Class size is limited so for planning purposes please register with the King
Conservation District at 425-282-1949 or signup@....
Take the plunge to protect and enhance your property, water quality, as well
as fish and wildlife habitat. Attend this workshop to:
* Design a native plant planting plan to protect and enhance your
stream, wetlands or other waterbody.
* Calculate the length and cost of a livestock exclusion fence to keep
animals out of wetlands or creeks.
* Select native plants suited to stream and wetland buffers.
* Get resource lists for sources of native plants.
* Determine plant placement.
* Outline a maintenance plan.
* Learn about regulations in effect
* Find out about coast-sharing programs available.
* Meet free resource technicians available to assist you.
The King & Snohomish Conservation Districts are offering four FREE hands-on
workshops on livestock management practices. Learn techniques to 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!
Attend all four workshops, or only those that meet your needs.
Ø Streams and Wetlands: Living with Livestock near Water. February 17
Ø Mud Management: Record Rainfall / Record Mud. February 24 with Alayne
Blickle as a presenter
Ø Manure Management: Got Livestock? Got Manure! March 3 with Alayne Blickle
as a presenter
Ø Pasture Management: Becoming a Grass Farmer. March 17 with King County
noxious weed specialist Karen Peterson to talk about weed ID & control
Register and receive directions for all King Conservation District
educational events at 425-282-1949 or <mailto:signup@...>
Other upcoming KCD educational events:
The Grange Supply
Wednesday, March 2, 6:30 to 9pm
WORKSHOP: Spring into Pasture Management & Equine Nutrition
Saturday, March 5, 10 am to noon
FARM TOUR: Honey Do Farm, boarding, backyard forestry & paddock paradise
Saturday, April 16, 10am to noon
FARM TOUR: the Hares Lair, Friesian horses & wildlife enhancement
MAPLE VALLEY, WA
Saturday, May 7, 10 am to noon
Monday, May 9, 7 to 9pm
WORKSHOP: Pasture Management & Weed Control
NORTH BEND, WA
Saturday, June 4, 10 am to noon
Wednesday, June 8, 7 to 9 pm
For more information, to register or to receive directions for all King
Conservation District educational events: 425-282-1949 or
Alayne Renee Blickle
Creator & Program Director
Horses for Clean Water
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