Held at the Crossfield Municipal Library (1210 Railway Street, Crossfield)
Are you a farmer, rancher, or acreage owner with a “riparian area” - land that touches some sort of water feature? Learn how to maximize the benefits that these areas provide to your own operations and to surrounding watersheds.
This two-day workshop will take you through assessing the health, benefits, and potential uses of the natural water on your property. The course includes an educational background on waterways; a visit to a local property, where you’ll learn how to conduct a site assessment on waterways; and an in-class workshop where you can develop a plan for your own property, receive advice from instructors, and hear feedback from fellow participants.
Fee: $20 (includes lunch, snacks, and refreshments)
Register online or call 403-230-1401. The deadline to register is May 24, 2018.
This is a joint workshop, hosted by Rocky View County, Alberta Woodlot Extension Society, Cows and Fish, and Foothills Forage and Grazing Association.
$20 includes lunch and snacks