An assortment of conservation topics will be presented by USDA, university, and other technical specialists in the coming months. When applicable, conservation webinars provide professional certification credits for American Forage and Grassland Council, Certified Crop Advisors, Conservation Planning, Society of American Foresters, Society for Range Management, and The Wildlife Society.
Webinar announcements are released approximately 30 days in advance and provide more information and instructions to join the presentation.
Wildlife Biologists from across the state will be hosting a series of Habitat Tours for landowners and anyone interested in creating or improving wildlife habitat. Tours are designed to demonstrate habitat management practices, available conservation programs, how to create the best results on your next habitat project and much more.
LANDOWNER TOURS FOR BETTER HABITAT!
More information is available at http://nebraskapf.com/events/tours/
Stephen Prince from the Texas A&M Grazing Animal Nutrition Lab will be in Nebraska the week of Oct. 6 to conduct training sessions about the NUTBAL Program for producers who are enrolled in CSP enhancement ANM-17. Bethany Johnston, UN-L Extension Educator from Thedford will give a presentation on UN-L’s monitoring app (GrassSnapp).